There are a couple of interesting initiatives that make the openSUSE project interesting for SMB, such as

The Invis Server

The Invis Server base on openSUSE is a server for SMB built on openSUSE. See the Invis Page for more information.

The maintainers are asking for help with all tasks listed on progess.opensuse.org

Kraft

Kraft is software to handle daily quotes and invoices in the small business. It is easy to use, protects privacy by running on the desktop and provides premium printout quality.

Kraft was recently released in version 0.81 which is the first bugfix release of Kraft running on the latest Qt version. Kraft is fully ported to Qt5/KF5 and integrates into modern desktops. It comes as AppImage and rpm package.

The project is seeking out for help in

  • porting to MacOSX and maybe Windows (Qt5, C++, cross platform)
  • providing a MacOSX address book integration. Kraft provides an abstracted address book interface that allows that easily.
  • building an ownCloud-app to span across locations and use the private cloud as storage backend.
  • documentation improvements
  • providing mobile apps to display documents and catalogs

Marketing

Help promoting the openSUSE based SMB projects and make them more popular.

Looking for mad skills in:

qt mobile c++ pdfprocessing macosx owncloud

This project is part of:

Hack Week 15 Hack Week 16 Hack Week 17

Activity

  • over 1 year ago: cwickert liked openSUSE for Small and Medium Business
  • over 1 year ago: ingogoeppert liked openSUSE for Small and Medium Business
  • over 1 year ago: ingogoeppert joined openSUSE for Small and Medium Business
  • over 1 year ago: kfreitag joined openSUSE for Small and Medium Business
  • over 1 year ago: kfreitag added keyword "owncloud" to openSUSE for Small and Medium Business
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