Presented by:

Dan Čermák

from SUSE

Dan joined SUSE to work on development tools as part of the developer engagement program, after working on embedded devices. He is an active open source contributor being involved in various upstream projects and a package maintainer in downstream Linux distributions, like openSUSE and Fedora. Beside testing and cryptography his passions include automating everything, documentation and software design.

The developer engagement program at SUSE has launched the Open Build Service Connector, an extension for Visual Studio Code that integrates it with the Open Build Service. Its purpose is to ease the interaction of developers with OBS to package their software without having to leave their editor.

The implementation has not been without surprises, both from Visual Studio Code and the Open Build Service. We illustrate some of the expected and unexpected features of both that we faced on the way and the challenges resulting from that.

The second part of the workgroup will be an interactive live demo of the current state of the extension and how you can use it to interact with your favorite instance of the Open Build Service.

2020 October 15 - 11:00
1 h
Workshop Room

Happening at the same time:

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  2. Start Time:
    2020 October 15 11:00

    Room 1

  3. Kuliax: Is GNU/Linux distribution for higher education still relevant?
  4. Start Time:
    2020 October 15 11:30

    Room 2

  5. Podman on Kubernetes Cluster Production Grade
  6. Start Time:
    2020 October 15 11:30

    Room 1