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Open Build Service 2.1 released

by the OBS Team posted on 19th Oct 2010

The Open Build Service (OBS) - is  now officially at release 2.1. We're delighted with the improvements in this release, including an enhanced web interface, integration with online code management systems and better access controls.

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Easily Building Software for Multiple Distributions and Platforms

by Helen South posted on 20th Sep 2010

In a little over a month, the openSUSE conference 2010 will start with the title "collaboration accross borders". This article highlights one of the main topics at this conference — a truly border-crossing technology called the Open Build Service.

This technology helps developers target many different linux distributions with their software quickly and easily, and the openSUSE conference offers the perfect opportunity to get some "inside information" and share ideas towards fast-tracking the software packaging process. Read on to learn more about the Build Service and what it can do for you!

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openSUSE Build Service 1.8 and 2.0 Announced

by the OBS Team posted on 9th Jun 2010

The openSUSE Project is proud to announce the 1.8 and 2.0 releases of the Open Build Service (OBS).

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Open Build Service 2.0 Beta1 released

by the OBS Team posted on 25th May 2010

The Open Build Service (OBS) is a generic system to build and distribute binary packages from sources in an automatic, consistent and reproducible way. You can release packages as well as updates, add-ons, appliances and entire distributions for a wide range of operating systems and hardware architectures.

It is developed by a talented team of developers as Free Software and is used by many Free and Open Source software projects, companies and researchers. Including but not limited to SUSE the original provider of the enterprise Linux distribution, the Tizen standards-based software platform supported by leading mobile operators and ownCloud your secure enterprise file sync and share.

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OBS MeeGo Developer Meeting

by the OBS Team posted on 19th Apr 2010

OBS Developers from MeeGo project visited the OBS Team in Nürnberg on friday and saturday. Not everybody managed to come due to the ash over europe, but at least

Anas Nashif from Intel Alexander(Sasha) Kanevskiy from Nokia Martin Mohring from Linux Foundation Jan-Simon Möller from Linux Foundation Andreas Jaeger from Novell/SUSE Michael Schröder from Novell/SUSE Adrian Schröter from Novell/SUSE Read more...
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Open Build Service 1.7.2 Released

by Adrian Schröter posted on 11th Mar 2010

We are proud to announce the availability of the OBS 1.7.2 release.

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Open Build Service 1.7 released

by Adrian Schröter posted on 9th Feb 2010

Today the team released the latest version of the Open Build Service, a tool that provides software developers with the ability to create and release software for openSUSE, SUSE Linux Enterprise and other Linux distributions, including Fedora, Red Hat, Mandriva, Debian and Ubuntu. The Open Build Service allows developers to create packages, software stacks or even whole distributions as well as use and integrate them with other open source components.

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openSUSE Build Service 1.7 RC 1

by Adrian Schröter posted on 4th Feb 2010

We are happy to announce that we have reached a state which can be considered as final version of 1.7.0. No more changes, except for the version number are planned until 1.7.0 final release next week.

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Open Build Service 1.7 Beta 2 released

by the OBS Team posted on 18th Jan 2010

This release is now feature complete and also the API should be final by now.

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OBS supports new branch and merge handling

by Adrian Schröter posted on 11th Jan 2010

Michael Schröder put some effort into supporting a new way of doing a branch and merge of a package with openSUSE Build Service (OBS). This is a new feature of OBS 1.7 release and is active now on build.opensuse.org by default. This new way is almost the same way as subversion or git are working.

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Build Service Integrates with openDesktop.org to reach 150,000 contributors

by Joe Brockmeier posted on 17th Dec 2009

Today Frank Karlitschek, maintainer of the openDesktop.org network, announced that the first step of integration with openDesktop.org is complete. Effective immediately, developers can add their Build Service ID to projects on openDesktop.org, and all packages available from the Open Build Service will automatically show up on the openDesktop.org pages.

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Open Build Service 1.5 Released

by Joe Brockmeier posted on 19th Mar 2009

The team is proud to announce the 1.5 release of the openSUSE Build Service. This release takes developers beyond just building packages. You can now build your own distribution using the Open Build Service!

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Wanted: Build Service Contributors

by the OBS Team posted on 15th Jan 2009

Have you ever wanted to join Build Service development, but you had no idea what to implement? Would you like a real opportunity to learn Ruby on Rails? This is a great time to start!

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Web Client Survey Started

by Andreas Jaeger posted on 17th Oct 2008

Today we started an Open Build Service Webclient online survey. We want to get more informations about the Open Build Service Webclient users, the used hardware and software and (potential) use cases.

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Open Build Service Did It!

by Klaas Freitag posted on 22nd Sep 2008

The openSUSE 11.1 beta 1 release marks a significant change for openSUSE. For the first time in 11 years, a SUSE release was not built in the SUSE internal AutoBuild service -- openSUSE 11.1 beta 1 was built using the Open Build Service!

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openSUSE Build Service 1.0 Released

by Joe Brockmeier posted on 9th Jul 2008

The openSUSE Project is proud to announce the 1.0 release of the Open Build Service. The 1.0 release provides all the features necessary to support building openSUSE in the public build systems and allowing direct contributions to openSUSE from all contributors. Developers can now submit contributions to openSUSE directly at build.opensuse.org.

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Open Build Service 1.0 Release Candidate 1 released

by Joe Brockmeier posted on 11th Jun 2008

We have released the first release candidate of the Open Build Service 1.0. With the release candidate, all the features are now in place to support collaboration to build distributions in the open.

The Open Build Service has offered a simple collaboration system since its inception for groups to work closely together on packages or solutions stacks. The 1.0 RC 1 release improves on existing functionality to allow the Build Service to scale to larger projects like openSUSE's Factory distribution.

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KDevelop and the Open Build Service

by Joe Brockmeier posted on 4th Jun 2008

Building packages for multiple distros can be a major pain -- which is why we provide the Open Build Service. One of the Build Service's many features is the ability to create packages for many distros -- including openSUSE, SUSE Linux Enterprise, Debian, Fedora, CentOS, and Ubuntu.

One of the projects making the most of the Build Service is KDevelop. We talked with KDevelop developer Amilcar do Carmo Lucas about how the KDevelop project is using the build service.

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Open Build Service 0.9 Released

by Adrian Schröter posted on 16th Apr 2008

We are proud to announce another major release of the Open Build Service (OBS). This release brings a new level to OBS scalability by adding the ability for OBS instances to interact.

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Open Build Service Expands Support to Red Hat and CentOS

by the OBS Team posted on 24th Jan 2008

The Open Build Service, an innovative framework that provides an infrastructure for software developers to easily create and compile packages for multiple Linux distributions, has extended its support to build packages for CentOS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The Open Build Service already supports several Linux distributions including openSUSE, Debian, Fedora, Mandriva, SUSE Linux Enterprise and Ubuntu.

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