On 5/12/20 10:56 AM, ddemaio wrote:
Hi all, The release announcement for openSUSE Leap 15.2 is ready for translation. We have some weeks before the release in July.
It would be highly appreciated if you could help to translate the release announcement to your native language and help promote the news of that release. Currently the release is only in English. Please link your translated version to the top and include your ISO 639-1 Code language code (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ISO_639-1_codes).
I have placed the release announcement on the openSUSE wiki at https://en.opensuse.org/Release_announcement_15.2. This is the single point from where I will take all the links of the translated versions. Please remember to link your translated version to your ISO 639-1 Code on https://en.opensuse.org/Release_announcement_15.2
If you have any questions, please let me know.
Thank you to those who have already translated the release announcement.
Last week there was a decision to have a real-time kernel available in Leap 15.2. Since this is something embedded developers will find highly useful, it makes sense to include a few words about it in the release announcement. Could you please translate and add the following additional sentence and quote to the bottom of the What's New section on https://en.opensuse.org/Release_announcement_15.2 :
; a Real-Time Kernel for managing the timing of microprocessors to ensure time-critical events are processed as efficiently as possible is available in this release.
"The addition of a real time kernel to openSUSE Leap unlocks new possibilities," said Gerald Pfeifer, chair of the project's board. "Think edge computing, embedded devices, data capturing, all of which are seeing immense growth. Historically many of these have been the domain of proprietary approaches; openSUSE now opens the floodgates for developers, researchers and companies that are interested in testing real time capabilities or maybe even in contributing. Another domain open source helps open up!"