The openSUSE Community Week is going strong! The fun kicks up a notch Wednesday with sessions with the openSUSE Board and a workshop with the openSUSE Weekly News team, in addition to sessions with the GNOME and KDE teams, testing and QA, and much more.
Our community week is a chance to get people from around the world together at the same time to focus on specific topics, and to transfer knowledge about openSUSE to help grow our teams. The idea is to cover topics to improve our community by broadening our knowledge, and to enable new contributors to openSUSE and open source.
openSUSE Community Week runs from through May 17. openSUSE Community Week is a chance to get people from around the world together at the same time to focus on specific topics, and to transfer knowledge about openSUSE to help grow our teams.
The idea is to cover topics to empower ourselves as a community by broadening our knowledge, and to enable new contributors to openSUSE and open source.
As a reminder -- all sessions are being held in IRC. If you need help getting started with IRC, see the openSUSE wiki for more. The entire week's schedule can be found on the wiki. Here's an overview of Wednesday's events:
* Meet with the openSUSE Board at 07:00, 17:00, and 20:00 UTC in #opensuse- project on Freenode.
* GNOME Wiki day from 08:00 to 22:00 UTC, with intro sessions at 08:00 and 16:00 UTC in #opensuse-gnome on Freenode.
* KDE: KDE PIM session with Kevin Krammer from KDE PIM at 16:00 UTC in #opensuse-kde on Freenode.
* The openSUSE Weekly News Team will meet at 12:00 UTC to 20:00 UTC to hold a workshop on creating an edition of openSUSE Weekly News. Held in #opensuse- newsletter on Freenode.
* Getting started with openFATE at 08:00 UTC in #opensuse-project on Freenode.
* Packaging and openSUSE Build Service Q&A in #opensuse-buildservice on Freenode.
* How to get started with Testing and QA in #opensuse-testing on Freenode at 06:00 UTC.
Check the schedule on the wiki for all sessions. As always, there will be plenty of openSUSE contributors in #opensuse-project for general questions about openSUSE and getting started as a contributor.
Sign in on Wednesday and **have a lot of fun**!