Le 04/10/2015 21:07, Amey Abhyankar a écrit :
Just FYI: Above '+1' is from a non
'openSUSE member' i.e. non
developer without 'those' perks i.e. openSUSE e-mail address. ^_^
I inquired about 'how to' get those perks with fellow Geeko's from
India but seems like I need to be a developer for that.
not at all. On the beginning it was even not possible to become a mamber
if only maintaining a package, but this changed (as it should).
But, of course, it needs some contribution *visible* from the membership
comity and so either be visible on the net or be backed by some body of
known faith. Report about a booth with photo is a good start, as are
helping posts on mailing list or forums, as are translation efforts, etc...
Would be nice to get openSUSE.org
e-mail address at
oSC's in person.
did you come to OSC-15? may be we met there?
Now the obvious question = Why a non developer
need's a openSUSE e-mail address?
iii) It > gives more fine impression of openSUSE when I am/we are
in respective regions worldwide via e-mail.
I guess this is the main reason.
it's also a way for the openSUSE project to give a positive signal (ling
the school ring on some very known English schools)
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