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After a brief introduction at 10:00 UTC and getting people familiar with
, we will start out the summit from Asia.
At 10:30 UTC, Arya Wiradarma will give an overview about a case study
focusing on Open Web Application Security Project Frameworks, Open
Source Intelligence and risk assessment and analysis with sensitive
data. Estu will give a beginner’s talk at 11:15 UTC about the Pod
Manager tool Podman. After Estu’s 15-minute talk, Kukuh will highlight
translations focusing in on l10n vs i18n, plus online vs offline
translations and look at problems with translations.
From Asia, we will have a short coffee break and move to Europe for two
talks at 12:00 UTC. Denis will talk about installing and configuring
Sway on openSUSE and John will provide a talk about CSS containers.
There will be another break from 12:30 UTC to 13:00 UTC. We will jump
into Adrian’s talk after the break and talk about the current state and
upcoming changes for the Jump prototype build. Adrian’s talk will touch
on the challenges and advantages of the new idea for development openSUSE.
At 13:30 UTC, Leap release manager Lubos will provide a 45-minute talk
about the future strategy for openSUSE Leap.
After a short coffee break, Marina will talk at 14:30 UTC about the
shared efforts between the openSUSE community and SUSE’s Maintenance,
Security and QA.
Patrick will have back to back talks. At the same time as Marina’s talk,
Patrick will talk about Linux in the time of COVID-19. His follow on
talk at 15:00 UTC will discuss how to integrate Kiwi into your
application stack. Pau will talk at 15:00 UTC about the configuration
management project Uyuni and how it can deploy and update packages and
track what runs on your Kubernetes cluster. Richard will give a
45-minute talk after Pau at 15:30 UTC about MicroOS and provide the
benefits for a single-purpose OS.
There will be another short coffee break for people to chat and during
that time we will move the summit to talks from the Americas. Neal will
give a talk at 16:30 UTC and explain how datto modernized its build
infrastructure and enabled continuous integration and delivery. After
another short break, Thomas will talk about why he created POP and how
he’s applied it to several new projects to make a positive impact on the
sustainability of Salt.
We will have a social session after the talks, so feel free to hang out
for a beer, coffee or tea.
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