The sprints will be every first Thursday of the month at 18:30 UTC and
will take place online at https://meet.opensuse.org/websprints
We are collecting topics and ideas on
<https://etherpad.opensuse.org/p/websprints>, so even if you can't
make it, you can help to improve the navigation and content of the
We had our first web development sprint yesterday. I'll summarize it in
a article. Point of discussion brought up are areas we would like to
improve are listed below:
get.o.o. - looks good. still needs some minor changes
* Descriptions for overview for each distribution -
software.o.o. - most of the discussion evolved around this.
* Can we get rid of "one-click" install and rename it "quick
or direct install? https://github.com/openSUSE/one-click-installer
* Consolidate the listing of install options into one Install button
"quick install" and let YAST figure out which repo to use ; it will
do automatically. Because the current distribution listing is
complicated (need change in the background for this to work). One
button that installs the distribution being used is ideal.
Regardless if it is Leap, Tumbleweed. If this is done it would make
it a much better user experience.
* Have software.opensuse.org
just have openSUSE software and do
repositories.opensuse.org(or repos.opensuse.org)for all or all other
software. Seeing all the packages appears to cause some confusion
with new users or people wanting to try openSUSE. Sending them to
want place for all openSUSE software and another for other
distributions building from OBS can solve some of that confusion. We
realize this is complicated.
* Or list openSUSE distributions more prevalent and list other
distributions in a dropdown or other non-prevalent as
"non-openSUSE distributions". Labeling "non-openSUSE
distributions" as family.
* Get rid of appimage button (which shows up occasionally) - it
* Michael Tunnellto do mockups to show a revamp look, feel, UI/UX of
Make calendar based on https://pagure.io/fedocal
<https://pagure.io/fedocal>(need help packaging and deploying)
We will be focusing on opensuse.org
in a our next session.