The release date for Leap 42.1 is approaching and to make this release is as successful as the last, we could sure use your help.
There are several things we can do as a community to improve awareness of Leap both inside and outside of the Free and Open Source Software community.
I kindly ask everyone involved with the openSUSE project to update the wiki in preparation for the release at https://en.opensuse.org/Portal:42.1.
Our last release, 13.2, was very successful and it would be great if we can replicate that effort by updating the information for 42.1, so it looks similar to https://en.opensuse.org/Portal:13.2
Developers, packages maintainers and anyone else knowledgeable about what has changed in the new versions could add information to https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Major_features42.1, which we can use to replace https://en.opensuse.org/Features on the day of the release.
Screenshots are also important and anyone can do it! Just help replace the 13.2 screenshots on https://en.opensuse.org/Portal:42.1/Screenshots/1 page with Leap 42.1 screenshots. It will replace the https://en.opensuse.org/Screenshots page on Nov. 4 with the updated screenshots.
Media - Please retweet, +1 or share all info related to the release of Leap 42.1. Test the Beta, RC1 and release and express your opinion about it. Let people know what you like about it or what could improve for Leap 42.2. Submit articles to open source media outlets, write blogs and comment articles related to openSUSE.
Attend FOSS and Open Source events to help others learn about openSUSE. If you want to represent openSUSE at these events, contact me and I?ll see what marketing material I can send you.
Have a lot of fun!
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El 2015-09-30 a las 12:14 -0000, Douglas DeMaio escribió:
Let people know what you like about it or what could improve for Leap 42.2.
Are you aware that Leap is not translated?
There is basically only what was translated for 13.2 and has not changed, and whatever has been translated for SLES by SLES people (paid translators).
Tumbleweed sees few translations, and LEAP none, for different reasons each.
- -- Cheers Carlos E. R.
(from 13.1 x86_64 "Bottle" (Minas Tirith))