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[opensuse-translation] social media for oSC15
  • From: Douglas DeMaio <Douglas.DeMaio@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 31 Mar 2015 12:07:33 +0200
  • Message-id: <551A71E5.4020802@suse.de>
Hi all,
Here is a list of promotions we would like to blast out on social media regarding the openSUSE conference in The Hague. Please consider translating them and using them for social media pages in your own language. Thank you for the assistance and we hope to see you at oSC15.
v/r
Doug

1)ARM software development on openSUSE
Learn how to use openSUSE on ARM for kernel and microcontroller development @oSC15.

2)Pacemakers, Death by Storage, and Shooting Servers in the Head
Why High Availability Clustering is awesome - Find out @oSC15! - http://bit.ly/1EPurh0

3)YaST the Ruby Way
Learn about the YCP killer and Zombie-YCP killer @oSC15!

4)Optimizing Linux Servers - what has been changed from last year?
Interested in fast and optimized Linux servers? oSC15 can teach you more about OpenStack, Cloudstack and containers like LXC and Docker - http://bit.ly/187f9re

5)Positively Popular Packaging
Packaging your software consistently across a multitude of user environments is what sets great software apart from the mediocre. Learn about it at #oSC15

6)Hardening Your Linux Server
Don't get caught with your pants down sysadmins. Gain more knowledge on Harding you Linux Server at #oSC15

7)How to Improve YaST

8)News from the YaST Kitchen
Want to know what is cooking on YaST? Take your chance at @oSC15 - http://bit.ly/1M3Nf1K

9)Ansible Project Deploy
A re-usable Ansible role to deploy your projects. #oSC15 - http://bit.ly/1E2sOZx

10)Containers with systemd-nspawn
Learn about other options for building and managing containers @oSC15 - http://bit.ly/1EPxs0S
11)Packaging Workshop, Part 2
Packaging for heros, learn from Lars about compiler options, package dependencies and more @oSC15 - http://bit.ly/1xa5zKC

12)openSUSE Infrastructure
Learn from Lars about how openSUSE runs it's own infrastructure? Come to @oSC15 to find out - http://bit.ly/1GmETeq

13)Taming Tigers with Puppet
... or chef, or cfengine, or … @oSC15 - http://bit.ly/1bx5Z9J

14)Monitoring at SUSE
See how SUSE R&D integrates complex, secure and high available monitoring @oSC15 - http://bit.ly/1AcyqhH

15)Relax-and-Recover simplifies Linux Disaster Recovery
Get the basic knowledge you need about Disaster Recovery. When a disaster does happen, be prepared. At #oSC15, we will show you how - http://bit.ly/1KPPPIm


16)Showing keys in public.
Find out how vulnerable your security methods are @oSC15 -http://bit.ly/1Bm4SDh


17) Testing Fedora in openQA
Start testing anything in openQA in less than 24 hours. Using Fedora Linux as an example, attendees at #oSC15 can see how easy it is to design an openQA test suite - http://bit.ly/187g0se

18) Distributed storage Ceph
Scaling petabytes of data made easy. Learn about it @oSC15 - http://bit.ly/1Ht1aIM

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