Bridging openSUSE and SLE gap
the GNOME example
Frederic Crozat has been involved in Linux for more than 15 years, For 9 years, he was a member of GNOME Release Team.
During GNOME 3 development, he created a GNOME 3 live image (based on openSUSE) to help people test GNOME 3 before it was released.
Since mid 2010, he joined SUSE to workon various topics on SUSE Linux distributions, including Meego, systemd, Secure Boot.
He is currently Release Manager for SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED).
Starting with (upcoming) Leap 42.2 and SLE 12 SP2, a lot of cooperation has been done to bridge gaps between the two distributions.
We'll talk of one specific example, GNOME desktop, where openSUSE and SLE teams worked together on improving our common work and how it helped both teams.
This is still a work in progress at the time of this writing, we'll be sharing what we achieved, how we did it, what failed (if it did) and how we can improve.
- 2016 June 22 16:00
- 30 min
- openSUSE Conference 2016