What are the Boosters up to?

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These posts keep you informed about what the openSUSE Boosters team is up to. The openSUSE Boosters are a team of dedicated people helping contributors to the openSUSE project to takeoff. The openSUSE project is a worldwide effort that promotes … Continue reading

Why we are here.

Stop and/or Fun by Dan Dickinson © 2011 . All rights reserved.

I’m chewing on something for a couple of weeks now and I think I need to tell you before my jaw turns into dust. It’s about the openSUSE Project and what’s happening with it. I’m heavily involved in the project. … Continue reading

What are the Boosters up to?

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These posts are here to keep you informed about what the openSUSE Boosters team is up to. The openSUSE Boosters are a team of dedicated people helping parts of the project to take of. It consists of 13 people (BTW: widely known as the thirsty thirteen) with skills ranging from low level C hackery over Ruby on Rails mastering to Graphical Design or Project Management. The team picks its own milestones and works on them in a agile fashion. Continue reading

What are the boosters up to?

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These posts are here to keep you informed about what the openSUSE Boosters team is up to. The openSUSE Boosters are a team of dedicated people helping parts of the project to take of. It consists of 13 people (BTW: widely known as the thirsty thirteen) with skills ranging from low level C hackery over Ruby on Rails mastering to Graphical Design or Project Management. The team picks its own milestones and works on them in a agile fashion. Continue reading

What are the Boosters up to?

logo_big © 2010 . All rights reserved.

These posts are here to keep you informed about what the openSUSE Boosters team is up to. The openSUSE Boosters are a team of dedicated people helping parts of the project to take of. It consists of 13 people (BTW: widely known as the thirsty thirteen) with skills ranging from low level C hackery over Ruby on Rails mastering to Graphical Design or Project Management. The team picks its own milestones and works on them in a agile fashion. Continue reading

openSUSE Boosters Kick-Off

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What a week! The first ever openSUSE conference provided us, the multiplier team, with a great momentum to finally kick-off the team. So after a smooth Sunday on the conference with the nice lightning talks and Gianugo’s closing keynote we went for 4 days to some remote farm in the Franconian Switzerland to work on a plan of what we want to do and how we’re going to do it. This is my personal travelogue. Continue reading