openSUSE Community Week begins
Today marks the start of the first annual openSUSE Community Week, an event aimed at broadening the communities knowledge and run by openSUSE community members. Mondays sessions are scheduled to include GNOME, KDE, creating packages and Testing & Quality Assurance (QA). Several openSUSE contributors will also be answering general questions about openSUSE and how to get started as a contributor.
Individual sessions covering the openSUSE Build Service, upcoming new features, openFATE and openSUSE Education will be taking place over the following days. Other topics, such as the openSUSE board and wiki and web site improvements, are aimed at improving openSUSE as a whole by looking at where the project is going, while also discussing what may be wrong or missing.
Discussions will take place in IRC chat rooms and each topic has it's own wiki page and screencast. The event runs until the 17th of May. More details about the virtual event can be found on the openSUSE Community Week wiki and a schedule is available on Google Calendar.
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