Enlightenment? What is it? Why should you use it?
An Introduction to the most used Linux Desktop*
I am a Software Engineer based in Australia, I have been working on openSUSE for 6 years maintaining the Enlightenment desktop and several other packages, I have also been active in the community both on IRC and mailing lists, in more recent times I have also become a member of the package review team. I have spent the last year working at SUSE as a packager and outside of this have interests in topics such as desktop design as well as robotics and electronics.
The Enlightenment project is one of the longest surviving Linux desktops with its initial release predating that of Gnome or KDE, depending on how you count the numbers Enlightenment is also the most used Linux Desktop.
For several years now openSUSE has had the best Enlightenment support of any Linux Distro as the Enlightenment maintainer for openSUSE and as a member of the Enlightenment Release team i'll walk you through enlightenment on openSUSE and where / why you should use it. I will also cover some of the other applications produced by the enlightenment project such as the popular terminal emulator terminology.
- 2017 May 27 11:00
- 30 min
- openSUSE Conference 2017