openSUSE Connect Survey results

Last week I posted a survey about openSUSE Connect. Although some answers are still coming and you are still welcome to provide more feedback, let’s take a look at some results. Some numbers first. openSUSE Connect is not really busy website, it gets about 80 different visitors per day. Not much, but not a total… Continue reading »


openSUSE Connect Survey

You might remember that in our team (openSUSE Boosters), we created openSUSE Connect some time ago. It was meant as replacement for that nobody knew about and nobody used. We hoped that it will attract more users and that it will be more user friendly way, how to manage personal data. Apart from that,… Continue reading »



Příští týden je HackWeek. Pokud jste ještě neslyšeli o tom, co to vlastně HackWeek je, pokusím se to pár slovy osvětlit. HackWeek je týden, kdy si mi, zaměstnanci SUSE, můžeme v práci dělat cokoliv nás napadne. Cokoliv? No ne tak úplně docela. Můžeme pracovat na čemkoliv, co má nějakou souvislost s open source. Takže například… Continue reading »


Hack Week

Next week is a Hack Week. Do you know, what Hack Week is? It’s week during which we at SUSE come to work and work on anything we want. Anything? Well anything open source related. So if you normally work as a designer, you can sit down and spend a whole week hacking Linux kernel.… Continue reading »


GSoC 2011 Ideas – Karma plugin for openSUSE Connect

This post is about one idea for GSoC 2011 regarding openSUSE Connect. I already wrote about it some time ago, but now is time to elaborate a little bit more. First of all, let me state, that I already found a qualified student, that wants to work on this idea and that has also some… Continue reading »

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