Keep up with openSUSE Packaging
What's New and What You Shouldn't Use Anymore
I am a SUSE software engineer based in the Czech Republic. I studied at the Faculty of Information Technology, Czech Technical University in Prague and just after graduating I started working at SUSE. Now I have been working for SUSE for 6 years as a packager (maintaining e.g. sudo, MariaDB or various archiving programs) and lately as a python developer (spec-cleaner, rpmlint). Besides my passion for open source and Linux, I love music, travelling and photography.
Software developer at SUSE. Maintains crypto- and security-related packages, such as openssl and gnutls. Member of openSUSE maintenance team.
If you are interested in openSUSE, sooner or later you will probably learn how packages and specfiles work. But packaging is not static knowledge that you learn once and are good to go. The rules change over time, new macros are created and old ones are erased from history, new file paths are used and the old ones are forgotten. So how can one keep up with these changes?
In this presentation, we will serve you recent news and important changes in openSUSE packaging on a silver platter. Whether you are a pro package maintainer or just a casual packager who wants to catch up, you will definitely find here something you didn’t know.
- 2020 October 15 - 15:00
- 30 min
- Room 2
- ODF state of the union - ODF 1.3 ante portas
- Start Time:
- 2020 October 15 15:00
- Room 1