Presented by:

Wolfgang Engel

from SUSE

Started at SUSE in Support he later worked several years in system administration, taking care of internal infrastructure inside development department. Since around one year he is working on SUSE Package Hub.

SUSE Package Hub is a project to collect openSUSE packages built for SUSE Linux Enterprise in a central repository. The policies for this repo are aligned with SUSE in order to maintain supportability of the main OS, making the packages "safe" to install and use.

Packages maintained for SUSE Linux Enterprise exist in many different individual projects - in particular the "devel" projects. Many of these packages would be useful for SUSE Linux Enterprise customers but some of them could interfere with functionality and supportability of the SUSE product if installed. The risk of breaking supportability makes it difficult for SUSE to recommend these community maintained packages to end customers. At the same time, SUSE encourages community efforts and wants to promote the community based packages to all users.

This talk is about presenting the idea and concept of SUSE Package Hub and the current status of the project.

Length: targeted ~30 minutes + 10 minutes discussions/questions

2017 May 26 - 16:30
1 h
Open Source

Happening at the same time:

  1. Improving the Web of Trust with GNOME Keysign
  2. Start Time:
    2017 May 26 16:00

    Seminarraum 1

  3. openQA Beginner Training
  4. Start Time:
    2017 May 26 16:30

    Seminarraum 2

  5. Bridging openSUSE and SLE gap, part deux
  6. Start Time:
    2017 May 26 16:45

    Saal (Main Hall)

  7. Transactional Updates with btrfs
  8. Start Time:
    2017 May 26 17:15

    Saal (Main Hall)