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  • easy. Interested in joining a team? Please use the contact information on the teams page. If someone from the different teams wish to be a mentor for helping
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  • openSUSE:Testing Core team (category Team pages) (section Team tasks)
    contribute apart from the team Members . Refer to Testing for information about distribution testing. Refer to Testing meeting for the next scheduled
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  • Testing Core Team (TCT) The openSUSE Testing Core Team is in charge of testing the openSUSE distro. For the next scheduled team meeting refer
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  • (UTC) Testing Core Team Meeting - Monday 2011-10-25 17:00 (UTC) Testing Core Team Meeting - Monday 2011-09-26 17:00 (UTC) Testing Core Team Meeting
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  • bugs. Help us to test GNOME packages for the next openSUSE release. Participate in the testing of the development version of openSUSE. Tell us about software
    1,023 bytes (539 words) - 12:15, 7 August 2018
  • by humans. The core system packages receive automated testing via openQA. When automated testing is completed and the repo is in a consistent state, the
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  • annoying bugs - Testing - Testing Meeting - Bug Day - openQA This is an extended version of the Novell bugzilla document defining terms used in filing
    6 KB (837 words) - 04:41, 17 November 2011
  • reports - Bug reporting FAQ - Bugs definitions - Most annoying bugs - Testing - Testing Meeting - Bug Day - openQA Developers and experienced users: You can
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  • openSUSE Maintenance team and, if the submission was not from the maintainer, from the maintainer. the submission gets included in a testing repository and
    839 bytes (348 words) - 11:13, 17 December 2015
  • YaST2-GTK   YaST: Architecture Overview   YaST: Building, Running, Testing   YaST: Code Organization   YaST: Development Workflow  
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  • The members of the Education team contribute educational desktop and server applications work on integration of education applications with openSUSE
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  • which are a good start for discovering the code and joining the development team. At the moment we are doing community support via irc and mailinglists
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  • openSUSE:Maintenance team (category Team pages) (section Maintenance team members)
    MaintenancePolicy - Package submission - Patchinfo - Maintenance team The openSUSE maintenance team takes care of delivery of updates to the current openSUSE
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  • Participate Help testing openSUSE Factory Help testing the latest packages from the X11:xfce OBS repository Submit bug reports Help the Xfce team Communicate
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  • openSUSE:ARM microcontroller howto   openSUSE:ARM Tech Symposia 2014   openSUSE:ARM Tech Symposia 2014/STM32F429   openSUSE:Fastboot tool
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  • enterprise version for certifications, mass deployments and/or extended Long Term Support. openSUSE Leap 15 brings plenty of community packages built on top
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  • openSUSE:Board (category Team pages)
    various aspects of the project, including supporting users on IRC, testing/bug reporting, packaging, marketing, ambassadors and artwork. Richard is currently
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  • to improve, and it is now suitable for a wider range of testing. It is included as a Long Term Support feature for the first time, which means we will
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  • reports - Bug reporting FAQ - Bugs definitions - Most annoying bugs - Testing - Testing Meeting - Bug Day - openQA The most annoying bugs and their suggested
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  • openSUSE:KDE team (category Team pages)
    a core team that maintains the packages and a number of active members that contribute with testing, reviews, ideas, etc. The Core Community team: Raymond
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