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Welcome to the Portal:Weekly news Portal edit
The openSUSE Weekly News are the newsletter of and for the openSUSE community. The aim of the newsletter is to summarize everything that is happening in and around the openSUSE Community. Recurring topics include announcements, tips and tricks, event and meetings, statistics and much, much more! It is edited by the Chief Editors, Editors, Authors and Translators which form the Weekly News Team. Of course with input on the individual topics by a wide range of experts from the community.
Frequently Asked Questions edit
The Newsletter is written in the openSUSE wiki. Its a Mediawiki, check out Help:Editing for further help. To be able to write to openSUSE.org's wiki, you need to have/register for a novell-account.
The Weekly Newsletter is being drafted all week long on the next issue's page. If you have a wiki account, you can just edit it directly. Fix a type, put in a link or a complete article. All submissions are welcome - we're not google, so we don't notice all interesting stuff ;) .
The current schedule is:
|OpenSUSE Weekly News Publishing Plan|
|Deadline for adding News:||Sat 10h UTC|
|Weekly News team meeting:||biweekly: Sat 14:30h UTC|
|Translations:||Saturday after Publishemail without Deadline|
|Announcement:||Saturday 12h UTC|
|Localized annoucements follow as needed.|
To synchronize our translations work, we use a "whats ready" table. And we've created a tool to make translating a bit easier. The tool is able to import the raw English newsletter code and translate predefined strings (e.g. headings or static content) into the desired language. Learn more on the openSUSE:Weekly news translation guidelines.
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