https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1172619 needs to be fixed before
November. Otherwise, I will have no access to anything requiring logging in, as my
email address will die on Oct 31. That's in five days.
Can someone here fix my account up with a new address and get rid of the obsolete
"(offline until ???)" appendage, or recommend who to contact to get it done?
Trying to use idp-portal.suse.com gives authorization failure response.
Evolution as taught in public schools, like religion,
is based on faith, not on science.
Team OS/2 ** Reg. Linux User #211409 ** a11y rocks!
Felix Miata *** http://fm.no-ip.com/
As you might be aware, we've had some issues with the platform we are
using. Would it be possible to set up an instance of Big Blue Button for
openSUSE. This would be pretty helpful going forward with any summits
and would also be helpful if there are any talks we need to postpone.
> Welcome to the "Heroes" mailing list!
> To post to this list, send your email to:
> You can unsubscribe or make adjustments to your options via email by
> sending a message to:
> with the word 'help' in the subject or body (don't include the
> quotes), and you will get back a message with instructions. You will
> need your password to change your options, but for security purposes,
> this password is not included here. If you have forgotten your
> password you will need to reset it via the web UI.
So far so good.
Question - the body of the message was sent as UTF-8 and base64 encoded,
the subject as UTF-8 text encoded as per RFC2047, seems unnecessary ?
I'm sending this to the new list address, should go straight through
assuming my nomail subscription was also migrated :-)
Per Jessen, Zürich (14.2°C)
Member, openSUSE Heroes
I'm thinking of setting up two MX records for 'infra.o.o':
infra MX 0 mx1.infra
MX 0 mx2.infra
This would allow us to use a transport map like this:
which would mean delivering 'opensuse.org' mails directly to
mx.i.o.o, but alternating between them.
Before I go and shoot myself in the foot, I was just wondering if anyone
can see an issue with this? AFAIK, we don't have any mails being
delivered to '@infra.o.o'
Fyi, mails from baloo and pontifex to @opensuse.org are already being
delivered directly to mx1.o.o.
Per Jessen, Zürich (11.4°C)
Member, openSUSE Heroes
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
On behalf of our group of volunteers working with the doc team I wanted
to share with you this annoucement.
- --- Join our team and help us improve the openSUSE learning experience
For years openSUSE has meant more than one distribution. With the
recent addition of Kubic and MicroOS to the Leap & Tumbleweed family,
different package sets, release models and workflows can be difficult
to keep tabs on. openSUSE's ecosystem is in full blossom, but even
jungles sometimes need a clearing.
This is why a group of volunteers has taken up the task of improving
the learning experience for all users -- regardless of their experience
and expertise. For new users, we want to make sure they can identify
what best fits their needs, get the right tools and seamlessly take
over from the post-installation screen. For experienced users, we want
to provide them with detailed documentation that is easy to update, so
that their experience and expertise can benefit others.
We believe that from engineers to end-users, everyone deserves to have
confidence not only in their OS, but in the way they're using it. A
chain of trust like this is made of a user-friendly documentation where
technical details are balanced with evidence-based good practices.
It is with this goal in sight that we are calling the community for
more volunteers. We are already set on course but the journey will be
quicker -- and funnier -- with you. Any help is welcome, especially
- - writing, editing and peer-reviewing: We would be delighted to benefit
from more knowledgeable people to help us refresh, deepen and harmonize
openSUSE's wikis and other documentation platforms
- - video editing: Our video staff is looking for people interested in
producing video contents and / or willing to script and record video
tutorials in English
- - testing: We need more people to help us test out already known work-
flows and settings on new hardware, see if what used to be recommended
still should be.
So now you can't say you didn't know. Do reach out and come with us
shape the future of the openSUSE learning experience! You can find us
on the following platforms:
- - Telegram group: https://t.me/opensuse_docs
- - IRC bridge: https://matrix.to/#/#docs:opensuse.org
- - Discord bridge: https://disboard.org/fr/server/366985425371398146
then Contributing > docs
- - mailing list: https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-doc/
Last but not least: this is part of a collective effort so we are happy
to relay to you that get.opensuse.org -- the future entry-point to the
openSUSE web platforms -- is also looking for volunteers. Their goal is
to deploy by November and they are still looking for committers to the
repo at https://github.com/opensuse/get-o-o as well as translators.
Translation tasks can be picked up at http://l10n.opensuse.org.
Everyone interested is welcome to get in touch with Stasiek Michalski
Looking forward to meeting you!
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
the next heroes meeting will be on Tuesday (2020-10-06) at 18:00 UTC /
Important: We'll do a video meeting this time, so get your suit ready
 and join the meeting at https://meet2.opensuse.org/heroes
The planned topics are listed in
Feel free to add your topics, or just bring them um during the meeting.
 just kidding ;-)
And as Novell has shown with the packager: it's never too late for
a beta, to add new features ;-) [Marcel Hilzinger in opensuse]
Hi, in our team we normally use meet.jit.si but that showed some problems
since two weeks so we used meet.opensuse.org as a fallback (which we normally
can't use because Chinese colleagues seem to be blocked from it by the GFC). I
realized that meet.opensuse.org and seeminly as well meet2.opensuse.org are
missing audio feedback icons, e.g. speaker icon and blue balls bar on left-
hand side of video preview window to show audio feedback level. Are they
disabled by intention or is something not working as expected? I doubt this is
related to the version of Jitsi running as meet.jit.si had that feature for at
least half a year if not like forever.
Well, just a couple of posts needed - I have removed the subject prefix
and the friendly footer, I'd like to see if your posts and the DKIM
signature can now be validated.
Anyone else with DKIM signed email, please also send something :-)
Per Jessen, Zürich (16.6°C)
Member, openSUSE Heroes