Program for openSUSE Summit at OSCAL 2022
Keynote for OSCAL Summit
My 8+ Years with the Project
presented by Douglas DeMaio
In this keynote, Douglas will share his experience of being a coordinator the project over the past 8 years. From events to marketing and traveling to translating, Douglas will provide insights into the project's inner workings, character, successes and challenges.10:00 - 10:30 openSUSE Summit openSUSE
Joys of packaging - building distribution in Open Build Service
Having package management is a must for modern linux (not only linux) distributions. Why do we have it, what all can be solved via package management and how do we do this in openSUSE/SUSE. How is Open Build Service used, what all can it do, and what can it do for you?11:00 - 11:30 openSUSE Summit openSUSE
Security for (not only openSUSE) developers
General security recommendations for (not only openSUSE) developers. This includes specific recommendations on how to package software in a more secure ways and how to create a developer setup that is secure. For this we will shed some light on the specific challenges and quirks of the tool chains we use and how they relate to security.11:30 - 12:00 openSUSE Summit openSUSE
Free Software and AI in Europe
Overview of the current legislative process
The European Union has set itself the goal of adopting digital policies that are aligned with people’s rights, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not any exception. Free Software plays an important role in the development and further success of such technologies. Hence, I want to point out to specific demands that must be considered in the legislative process of the AI Regulation, to be aligned wi...more 12:10 - 12:40 openSUSE Summit openSUSE
What made your container fat?
Visualizing the size of Container Image Layers
Keeping the size of of your container images small is more important than ever, especially when distributing container images for others to build upon them. However, once multiple layers get involved, even the data collection aspect becomes challenging and most existing tools do not primarily focus on visualization.
We will present the Container Layer Analyzer, a tool that we created for thi...more 12:40 - 12:50 openSUSE Summit Recorded Live Talk
A new distribution openSUSE Leap Micro
presented by Douglas DeMaio
openSUSE Leap Micro is a new distribution based on SUSE Linux Enterprise Micro with the main purpose to be a host-os with minimal footprint which fits well the app-centric world.
A small foot print, focus on the EDGE as well as data center, containerization and virtual machines, whatever flies your app. Leap Micro has a 6 months release cycle with support lasting until the next release or up...more 12:50 - 13:00 openSUSE Summit openSUSE