Hack Week 20 is over. You awesome people have recorded over 250 ideas and turned them into 187 projects that over 300 people collaborated on. What a blast! See you in the next iteration folks.

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rancher

From datacenter to cloud to edge, Rancher lets you deliver Kubernetes-as-a-Service.

containers

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javascript

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Rust Bootcamp

Project Description

Join an instructor-led bootcamp to explore the Rust programming language in two-hour sessions each day throughout Hackweek.

Easy openSUSE Upgrade

The idea is about an easy way to allow users to make upgrades (e.g.: changing from version 15.0 to version 15.1) using a GUI and as easy as they can in Ubuntu. Something like a notification with a button to perform the upgrade with just one-click, instead of having to deal with the work of manually disable all of the repositories, update them manually, open the terminal and finally make a "zypper dup" .

crash-python

New Development In previous hack weeks, the first few days ended up being wasted on just getting it working. I'm pleased to share that the code quality has improved dramatically since the last hack week and there are now extensive test cases for both unit testing and testing against real vmcores, and we'll use both mypy and pylint (if installed) to perform static analysis. Packages for those are available in openSUSE or as part of the crash-python OBS repo for SLE15. It has been tested with kernels from 3.0 to 5.1.

SUSE @home Hands On Lab

Project Description

In the past year we've found ourselves in the middle of a pandemic, we merged two awesome companies together, and we have completely changed the trajectory of SUSE and Rancher. This project is intended to transfer knowledge of SUSE to Rancher and Rancher to SUSE for those who may be challenged with time and resources to try new things. This gives us a chance to explore other uses for Kubernetes all while taking advantage of older equipment (for use as workers) we may have to spare.

Workadventu.re at SUSE

For events like engineering summit or hackweeks, it would be nice to have a SUSE instance of workadventu.re, and have our own maps, wired with (open)SUSE's jitsi! I am looking for folks willing to help on those 3 teams: