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Introduction

As part of the openSUSE project, we fully support the openSUSE:Guiding principles and goals of the project as a whole. In addition we wish to:

  • Create the best distribution of GNOME
  • Build an openSUSE community around the GNOME desktop
  • Attract upstream GNOME developers and users to openSUSE
  • Contribute to upstream GNOME development
  • Create a positive community atmosphere throughout openSUSE
  • Contribute to improving openSUSE as whole

Communicate


Members

How to join

Just talk to us

Tasks

Tasks For Everyone (Yes, that includes you)

Task Mentor
Update the Acronyms page captain_magnus
Write HOWTOs about GNOME under HOWTOs jpr
Review http://en.opensuse.org/Wishlist_Gnome. Also, see Packaging/Packaging_Day mw
Search and tag gnome-accessibility bugs suseROCKS
Improve our package summaries and descriptions mw
Categorize all the bugs and add 11.0 categories federico, rodrigo


Assigned Tasks

Tasks That Are Overdue Status ETA Assignee
n/a
Tasks To Be Completed Before Next Meeting Status ETA Assignee
n/a
Tasks That Are On Track Status ETA Assignee
n/a
Tasks That Are Assigned But Have No ETA Status ETA Assignee
Update the Acronyms page Not Started No ETA captain_magnus
Determine where to keep openSUSE GNOME specific code Not Started No ETA hpj
Review current GNOME:Community packages to match the G:C Policy Not Started No ETA mw,riggwelter
Propose a date and organize a multi-screen hackfest Done federico
Organize Bug Fixing Week for Beginners Not Started No ETA federico
Schedule review of GNOME related patterns Done captain_magnus
Research openSUSE speaking possibilities @ Utah-based CS Departments Not Started No ETA btimothy
Grep for desktop policy changes, update wiki and mail the list to start discussion Done vuntz
Add conduit to GNOME:Community Done No ETA mw
Look for and remove unnecessary gnome-vfs2 requirements Not Started No ETA mw


Additions (optional)

Wondering whom to ask about what? Check out our openSUSE:GNOME competence directory