Almost Two Years of YaST News
Recent changes and future plans at YaSTland
Ancor González Sosa got hooked on Free Software while studying Computer Sciences in the University at his homeland (Canary Islands) at some point near the year 2000, becoming a GNU/Linux addict. In 2002 he discovered Ruby which quickly became his language of choice (first for Qt based applications and later for web development). Being a very active local Free Software advocate, he was recruited in 2013 by the openSUSE Team at SUSE Linux as a web developer.
Since then, as you can see in his github profile, he has been trying to break the Build Service, openQA, YaST, the Travel Support Program application, software.o.o, progress.o.o, OSEM, Jangouts and several other tools related with the openSUSE project. Since July 2014 he is a proud member of the YaST Team at SUSE.
No video of the event yet, sorry!
YaST, the flagship installer and configuration tool of openSUSE is in constant development. Just as its unattended companion AutoYaST.
Although the YaST Team at SUSE tries to communicate progress as often as possible in the YaST Blog, it has been almost two years since we presented the "Top 25 New Features in (Auto)YaST" at openSUSE Conference 2020. So it's time for another live update!
We will recap the main changes and new features that are already integrated into openSUSE Tumbleweed and that will be included at openSUSE Leap 15.4, to be released just a couple of days after the talk.
We will also take a look to some ideas for future development... and we really need the feedback of the whole openSUSE community for that. So please join us and speak up!
- 2022 June 3 - 13:30
- 25 min
- Seminarraum 1
- openSUSE Conference 2022