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Apresentação da Comunidade openSUSE no evento TchêLinux edição Porto Alegre. ...

Apresentação da Comunidade openSUSE no evento TchêLinux edição Porto Alegre.
Por dentro do Projeto openSUSE em tempos de sustentabilidade e tecnologia verde, apresentaremos como funciona o desenvolvimento, a documentacao, os releases, as comunidades, projetos, eventos e os demais temperos que constroem o mundo verde do projeto openSUSE.

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  • Let&apos;s talk agenda. <br /> I will start talking about what openSUSE IS and then point out the main features of the new release. <br /> After that, I&apos;ll talk shortly about a few other things around the openSUSE release and you&apos;ll get time for questions at the end. (or: whenever you have one) <br />
  • OpenSUSE is quite a young distribution project but it is building on the 16 years experience of SUSE Linux. <br /> What makes openSUSE special is the focus on choice and flexibility. <br /> We ship KDE, GNOME, XFCE and LXDE and our configuration tool YaST helps you to configure even complicated things like Virtual Machines and mail servers. <br /> openSUSE is also a little more conservative than the other big distributions, taking 2 extra months to develop a stable product. We want you to get work done! <br />
  • On november 16 2011 openSUSE 12.1 was released. <br /> This release brought many cool new features and today I will give a short overview of what&apos;s new. <br />
  • Let&apos;s begin by talking about desktop. <br /> openSUSE believes you are not stupid. We believe choice and flexibility are good. So while we try to keep things as easy as possible, we don&apos;t go any further than that. Choose a default or adapt it to your personal needs. <br /> We ship 4 major desktops: KDE, GNOME, XFCE and LXDE. Pick! <br />
  • For desktop users, openSUSE introduces the latest GNOME, KDE, LXDE and XFCE desktops with a number of nice improvements in the KDE workspaces while for GNOME the new GNOME Shell provides a whole new experience. <br /> Let&apos;s look at some details! <br />
  • GNOME 3.2 brings the new GNOME Shell to openSUSE. GNOME Shell is a fully redesigned interface, meant to be slick and simple. <br /> As you can see, GNOME Shell provides you with a really simple and clean interface. <br /> On the top of the screen you have on the right the user menu which integrates online accounts and presence as well as allows you to shut down and configure the system. <br /> The online and presence integration means you need no chat application in GNOME Shell. Chat messages show up as notifications where you can reply right away. And online services like Google Documents integrate in GNOME 3, showing in the new Document browser. <br />
  • On the top-left is the Activity button. If you move your mouse there you will see an overview of your windows, virtual desktops (on the right) and a quicklaunch bar for applications on the left. <br /> Typing filters the view of windows. Clicking on &apos;applications&apos; shows you a grid of icons with your apps where you can also just type to find your application or use the categories on the right. <br /> As you can see, it is quite different from the traditional interfaces. But it is quite easy to get used to and works pretty well! <br /> Some new features include dual themes (applications can choose a dark or a light theme), improved System Settings, notifications and theme and much more. <br />
  • Aside from GNOME Shell, there have been many other improvements to the GNOME applications. <br /> For example, the GNOME Networkmanager works with user switching and introduces better roaming and WiMAX support. <br /> Nautilus has a &apos;quick preview&apos; function (activated with space) and has a new &apos;connect to server&apos; dialog. <br /> Many smaller improvements include new and configurable effects in the Webcam application Cheese, bookmark support in PDF viewer Evince, plugins for image viewer Eye of GNOME and improved streaming support for video and audio in media player Totem. <br />
  • The default KDE Plasma Desktop in openSUSE offers a more traditional but very flexible desktop. <br /> New features include the Apper package manager which makes softwrae installation easier to use and KColormanager which offers color management for people who work a lot with graphics. <br /> If you however have a netbook... <br />
  • … you can use the Plasma Netbook interface. This is a simpler version compared to the desktop, more suited for small netbook screens. Your applications are full screen, not even close or other buttons – those appear on moving your mouse to the top of the screen. <br /> Starting applications is easy in the interface you see there and switching between applications goes via nice small snapshots of the windows. <br /> You can create &apos;pages&apos; where you can put a variety of widgets. <br /> All in all, a nice, easly to use interface. <br />
  • Last but not least, we have KDE&apos;s Plasma Active interface for tablets in separate repositories. This touch interface uses many interesting concepts like KDE&apos;s innovative activities and &apos;share, like, connect&apos;, a great way of integrating online services in the desktop. <br /> It not only comes with a shell optimized for touch but also the touch versions of many KDE applications like mail, calendar and contacts UIs, image viewer, media player, web browser and a number of games. <br /> Plasma Active is not yet ready for inclusion in openSUSE as it can not co-exist with the standard Plasma Desktop and Plasma Netbook interfaces. But we expect this to be solved in the next openSUSE release! <br />
  • There have been no major new versions of XFCE or LXDE but we ship the latest bugfix releases with our usual polish and integration. <br />
  • In these cloudy times, openSUSE keeps you warm with all the latest virtualization and cloud technologies. <br /> Of course, we also give you all you need to enjoy the world wide web, from firefox and Google&apos;s Chromium to Opera and rekonq. <br /> But we also have something unique and very cool: ownCloud and mirall. Let&apos;s talk about those a bit! <br />
  • ownCloud is a web application which can host your files and offers a web interface to work with them. It has an online calendar which integrates in your desktop, can play music and allows you to share files with others. <br /> But you own the data, as you own ownCloud. You can put it wherever you want – on a server in your basement or on the webspace your hosting provider offers. It only requires the basic PHP language so it runs even at the cheapest hosting options! In many cases you can have an ownCloud online with lots of storage for a few dollars per month. In YOUR control! <br />
  • But you might not know at all how you put a webserver online. Not on your own computer, let alone on the webspace from a provider. <br /> Well, openSUSE will help you with that so YOU can also enjoy the benefits of ownCloud! We provide mirall, which makes deploying ownCloud, either on your own server or at a hosting provider, as easy as pie. <br />
  • The secon function of mirall is to make ownCloud files availabe off-line. <br /> ownCloud of course lets you access your files via the WebDav protocol. This is supported by almost every computing device in the world – Windows, Mac and Linux but also most mobile phones. Downside is that it only works when you are connected to the web! <br /> mirall creates a local &apos;express&apos; folder which is synced with a specified ownCloud folder, caching your files for off-line use. <br />
  • The latest linux kernel supports more hardware and brings better performance when you have little memory on your system. <br /> We also ship the latest compiler tools, making openSUSE faster and supporting new language standards. Speaking of language, we&apos;re the first distro to ship Google&apos;s new Go programming language! <br /> systemd, developed in collaboration with Fedora, introduces a new way to boot your Linux system, faster and more reliable. <br /> YaST is the unique and powerful openSUSE tool to configure your system. The integration of snapper allows you to view and undo changes to files or whole system upgrades on the btrfs filesystem. Note that btrfs is available but not the default! <br /> SAX3 is the return of openSUSE&apos;s powerful graphics configuration tool. <br />
  • But the coolest thing about openSUSE are our people. We have the most open, fun-loving and creative distribution team out there and you&apos;re more than welcome to join! <br />
  • Thanks for listening! <br />

Por dentro do Projeto openSUSE Por dentro do Projeto openSUSE Presentation Transcript

  • Por dentro do Projeto openSUSE TcheLinux/Porto Alegre Domingos Teruel dteruel@opensuse.org openSUSE Brasil Local Coordinator
  • Domingos Teruel • • • Usuário FOSS user since 2000 • Usuário openSUSE desde 2009 openSUSE Marketing • FISL, FLISOL, LinuxCon, GsoC, openSUSE Lunch Parties, openSUSE Hack day OpenSUSE Packaging • Devel:/languages:/php/openSUSE_Factory
  • Agenda • Visão geral do Projeto openSUSE • Características principais do openSUSE 13.1 • • Nuvem e outras coisas • • Ambientes Desktops Sob o capô Coisas legais • • • 4 Tumbleweed Sobre repositórios Onde e como obtê-lo
  • do SuSE para openSUSE de onde vem a diversão
  • História do (open)SuSE Slackware System SuSE gmbh foi fundada em 1994 Baseada em? Jovem? RPM Sistema de pacotes Novell compra em 2004 Tornou-se parte da Novel em? 6
  • História da era Novel 2004 até 2011
  • História da era Novel 2004 até 2011 • Objetivos • • Ter uma base sólida para a versão enterprise • 8 Transformar em sucesso o openSUSE enquanto distro SuSE Linux Enterprise Server/Desktop (SLES/SLED)
  • História Agora e o futuro próximo • Attachmate e SUSE Corp. • • • Promessa de continuar o trabalho iniciado Colaboração é a palavra de ordem openSUSE Project • • OpenSUSE Conference • • Conferencia Eleição do Board • • Criada para nortear e manter saudavel todo o ecossistema Setembro Ciclo de desenvolvimento • • 9 8 meses Release atual 13.1 – Novembro de 2013
  • Muito mais que uma distro O Projeto openSUSE Organizada, criativa e divertida!
  • O Projeto • • Linux tudo em um: desktops, servers, laptops • 11 Estamos na lista top-três das distribuições Linux Todos os principais Ambiente de Trabalho (GNOME, KDE, LXDE, XFCE, Enlightenment)
  • openSUSE Project • • O que queremos • 12 Quem Somos Nossos valores openSUSE Guidelines http://pt.opensuse.org/openSUS E:Guia_de_principios
  • openSUSE Project O Projeto openSUSE é um esforço mundial em prol da promoção da adoção e uso do Linux em todos os lugares. Trabalhamos para desenvolver uma das melhores distribuições Linux do mundo para usuário, trabalhando de forma aberto, transparente e amigávael como parte integrante da comunidade mundial de Software Livre e de Código Aberto. 13
  • openSUSE Project O projeto é mantido pela comunidade e conta com a contribuição de pessoas individuais, testam, reportam bugs, ou como tradutores, sejam usuários experientes ou não, artistas e designer, embaixadores ou desenvolvedores. 14
  • openSUSE Project O projeto abrange uma vasta variedade de tecnologias, pessoas com diferentes níveis de experiência, que falam diferentes idiomas e que têm diferentes experiências culturais. 15
  • openSUSE Project – Como nos organizamos openSUSE members openSUSE contributors openSUSE board openSUSE teams 16
  • openSUSE Project openSUSE é muito jovem, procurando seu espaço ao sol, na verdade estamos nos consolidando na imensidão verde do universo! Um projeto real e maduro de Software Livre Aberto a novas possibilidades Você pode fazer a diferença 17
  • OpenSUSE Project 18
  • Una -se ao TIME
  • 21 de Novembro 2013 20
  • ESCOLHER é BOM!
  • Desktops • • KDE Plasma Workspaces 4.11 • LXDE • XFCE • 22 GNOME Shell 3.10 Enlightenment
  • GNOME Shell 23
  • GNOME Shell 24
  • GNOME Shell 25
  • Plasma Desktop 26
  • Plasma Desktop 27
  • Plasma Active – tablet! 28
  • Suite Calligra - Stage 29
  • Suite Calligra - Words 30
  • Suite Calligra - Krita 31
  • LXDE 32
  • LXDE 33
  • Enlightenment 34
  • Enlightenment 35
  • Nuvem • Virtualização • • • KVM, Xen, Virtualbox Virt-manager & open-virt-tools Navegadores • • • Firefox 24 Chromium 31 'Grandes Nuvens' • • OpenStack • 36 Eucalyptus OpenNebula
  • Seus arquivos, sua agenda, suas musicas... 37
  • Mirall deixa seu ownCloud fácil 38
  • Deixando seus arquivos disponíveis off-line 39
  • Por debaixo do capô • Kernel 3.11 e ferramentas de desenvolvimento • Hardware support (Kinect, Wii, iSight, Llano, Ivy Bridge) • Performance (GCC, LLVM) • Google Go • Boot faster com systemd • YaST • • 40 Snapper – btrfs em ação Rápido e mais estável
  • coisas bacanas que temos Tecnologias que nos divertem!
  • Una-se a nós: www.opensuse.org 42
  • openSUSE Tumbleweed Nossa Rolling Release Desenvolvido no openSUSE 11.4 Build no OBS Foco em ter os ultimos pacotes de software atualizados sem a necessidade de reinstalar ou realizar um distro-upgrade 43
  • openSUSE testes automatizados Para os fãs de testes
  • openSUSE Testing and QA • Testes automatizados para a distribuição • Iniciado e desenvolvido na versão 11.3 • Foco na iso da distro • Integrado ao BugZilla • Test GUI • Testes para hardware (desde 12.1) Precisamos de testadores e voluntários!!!!! http://openqa.opensuse.org http://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Testing 45
  • Open Build System - OBS
  • Open Build Service - OBS Grátis em http://build.opensuse.org Distribuição de software Interoperabilidade Mais de 234.000 pacotes 22 distribuições Mais de 35.000 usuários Em 6 diferentes arquiteturas 47
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  • SUSESTUDIO Sua distro personalizada em minutos! SUPER D I ERT I O V D
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  • openSUSE Ambassador Program
  • openSUSE Ambassador Program Embaixador openSUSE é o ponto de contato entre os entusiastas, desenvolvedores e usuarios do openSUSE e tem total condições de orientar e responder a qualquer dúvida relacionado ao Projeto openSUSE. Também tem a missão de encorajar as pessoas a contribuírem com o projeto, criando equipes ou ajudando a outras pessoas a criarem equipes e grupos que venham a contribuir com o Projeto. http://pt.opensuse.org/Portal:Embaixadores 55
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  • Como você pode contribuir • • Melhorar a Lista de Compatibilidade de Hardware • Ajude-nos a desenvolver a nossa distribuição ou a nossa infra-estrutura • Design openSUSE Artwork • Testar e relatar erros • Monte um Pacote de aplicativos • Desenvolva Patches • Trabalhe em um projeto do Google Summer of Code • Construa sua própria base de distribuição openSUSE • Seja a voz da comunidade openSUSE em sua região • 57 Melhorar os manuais DocBook Torne-se um openSUSE Ambassador©
  • Como você pode contribuir • Escreva Newsletters • Descubra as pessoas openSUSE • Participe de reuniões do projeto nos canais openSUSE IRC – freenode • • #opensuse-project • #opensuse-gnome • #opensuse-kde • • #opensuse-marketing #opensuse-pt!!! Participe das listas openSUSE • 58 http://planet.opensuse.org
  • OpenSUSE na rede • Siga @openSUSE no twitter e identi.ca • Interaja no Facebook • http://www.facebook.com/groups/opensuse.pt • • Conheça mais http://www.opensuse.org • Na sua língua http://www.opensuse.org/pt-br/ • 59 Download openSUSE via http://software.opensuse.org Informe-se http://news.opensuse.org
  • Una-se a nós: www.opensuse.org 60
  • Agradecimentos Comunidade TcheLinux Porto Alegre 61
  • Have a lot of fun! 62