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I personally think that this is a concern that should be also shared
with our marketing team looping them in.
We probably need to advertise server, edge stories bit more in our
annoucements. There will be a bit more EDGE advertisment in Micro
Thank you for raising the concern
Sasi Olin píše v Po 14. 03. 2022 v 15:48 +0100:
> On Mo, Mär 14 2022 at 15:30:52 +0100, Richard Brown <rbrown(a)suse.de>
> > Maybe the laptop being the only computer you can see on
> > www.opensuse.org?
> > Maybe because the Tumbleweed description mentions desktops and
> > office
> > applications but no obvious server/cloud/edge/embedded use cases?
> > (Samba and git straddle multiple realms).
> > Maybe because the Leap description only mentions 'pick your
> > desktop...'
> > Maybe because news articles like
> > https://news.opensuse.org/2022/03/02/leap-reaches-beta-build-phase/
> > emphasise Plasma, GNOME, Enlightenment, but don't mention a single
> > use
> > case besides desktop, and asks users to test it on " on multiple
> > laptops, workstations and other hardware devices"
> > Conciously or not, I'd say openSUSE has a desktop bias problem that
> > it
> > needs to address, especially when it comes to how we talk about
> > ourselves.
> I hope you will be glad to learn I'm trying my best to make both
> get-o-o and www-o-o (which has been in the works for 3 years and
> really expected to be finished anytime soon) appeal to a wider set of
> audiences than just desktop users (while also making it easier for
> specific audiences to find their way around the project).
> The thing that stops me the most is that I'm not a copy writer and I
> can't come up with good text to market everything about the projects
> and its output well at all, I got plenty of help from others in this
> area already, and so things are moving at a faster pace, but this
> to be a general issue with our websites, text is kind of a mess and
> people don't understand things we try to communicate.
> Finding out anything about the project, the distros is a matter of
> asking a lot of questions to the community on communication platforms
> instead it seems, which we are frankly happy to answer, but not
> everyone will ask before they just give up after trying to look it up
> for themselves.
> Also Richard, I hope I don't have to state the obvious, but I did not
> see any bug reports/issues on the subject of the websites targeting
> desktop more. I really wish I could read y'alls' minds, so I knew how
> to please you in what our messaging on the core websites is, but I
> can't do it no matter how hard I try.
> LCP [Sasi]
openSUSE Leap Release Manager
Hello openSUSE marketing team
I'd like to ask you for a help with refreshed Leap 15.4 wallpaper.
Original plan that we've communicated on the community meeting was that
SUSE Branding team will provide us wallpapers with SLES look and feel,
but that idea seem to have faded, as team is not able to deliver it in
our Beta timeframe. But that opens a new door to us.
I'd like to ask you for a help to make a call for refreshed Leap 15.4
Ideally the wallpaper should reflect the transformation that has
happened to Leap over past two years (Closing the Leap Gap), where Leap
is now combination of SLES rpms and Community rpms. I personally like
to refer to this as a bridge in between Community and Enterprise. But
any ideas are welcome :-)
Any ideas for campaign that could be driven by the openSUSE marketing
Ideal deadline to have the wallpaper would be the Leap 15.4 Beta code
submission deadline is February 16th which leaves is with bit more than
a month. https://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Roadmap
Let's collaborate in https://github.com/openSUSE/branding/issues/132
openSUSE Leap Release Manager
Since April 2021 the official Spanish forum for openSUSE (forosuse.org
since was outside openSUSE infra) was offline due technichal issues
(vBulletin version, PHP, hosting issues, etc)
The current moderators were waiting since then for the Admin to fix this
issues (also we provided help or support with that), but we didn't get
news about the process. So we decided to ask help and a place in
Malcom Lewis and Jim Henderson have done the best and now, we have a
spanish forum inside openSUSE infra, great!! :) (but still is not
available for everyone)
I want to ask if a text as anouncement (available in etherpad.o.o¹) of
the new "release" of spanish forum inside forums.o.o written by mods can
be published in news.o.o?
But, we don't have a date which spanish forum will be open for everyone.
If the text fits in news.o.o when we have the final date I can share
here to publish the text...
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Following a little bit of this topic:
There's already a Spanish translation team for the news being
coordinated via Telegram, our goal is to give Spanish speakers a
transparent way to get them.
Currently we're trying to publish in external platforms, however our
goal is to have a space inside the News portal kind of like the former
openSUSE Weekly News; meaning having multiple language translations
not just Spanish.
So, I'm submitting this idea for everyone to consider it's viability,
or whatever needs to be done to collaborate.
Marco "AlpVonKri" Flores
openSUSE - The makers' choice for sysadmins, developers and desktop users.
Last year we participated in Hacktoberfest, which is an event run by
Digital Ocean and DEV that encourages people to make their first
contributions to open source projects.
The event is a month away and it would be ideal to have a few projects
within openSUSE host an event. Whether it is an event to teach people
about a project, teach someone how to maintain a package or just a class
abou improving documentation, any contribution will help.
There is a page about Hacktoberfest on
https://etherpad.opensuse.org/p/hacktoberfest2021 where you can list
your ideas. I'll put the topic on the list for our community meetings so
we can discuss it later today and next week.
Get more info about Hacktoberfest at,
We've been doing our sprints every first Thursday of the Month at 18:30
UTC. The community meetings conflict with that timeframe. I recommend we
participate in the community meetings as some of the topics listed are
similar to what we had been focusing on in our monthly meetings. Does
that sound good? What do you all think?
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Regular Community Meeting Week 35
Date: 2021-08-31 10:35
From: Douglas DeMaio <ddemaio(a)suse.de>
To: "opensuse-project(a)opensuse.org" <opensuse-project(a)opensuse.org>
I just wanted to send a reminder that we have two regular community
meetings you can attend this week. Anyway can attend or come
Meeting 1: Tuesdays at 11:00 UTC
Meeting 2: Meeting is on Thursday at 18:00 UTC
Meeting Details for today
Date: Tuesday, August 31
Time: Meeting at 11:00 UTC
Etherpad: https://etherpad.opensuse.org/p/weeklymeeting20210831 
On Thu 2021-08-05, Lubos Kocman wrote:
>> Who can adjust the Lifecycle wiki accordingly?
> All set, on Monday.
Super, thank you, Lubos!
It may sound like details, but in communicating what we offer (to
users) as openSUSE, this can make a huge difference.