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Another Step in Connecting the Worlds of Users And Developers

by Adrian Schröter posted on 18th Dec 2007

As you the Open Build Service (OBS) connects the totally different worlds of End-Users and developers/packagers. This already works to the degree that everybody can download software, which got packaged in the OBS. Also the packagers already get feedback via download numbers, tags or rating within the web interface.

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in the press

Software for Millions

by the OBS Team posted on 13th Dec 2007

Our own Klaas Freitag wrote an article about the Open Build Service that got published in the german edition of Linux Magazin. It covers general introduction into the Open Build Service, tutorials how to build a simple package, touches upon OSC and web client and gives an overview over the underlying technology.

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in the press

OBS on Novell Open Audio

by the OBS Team posted on 29th Nov 2007

As part of their openSUSE release series, Novell Open Audio has talked to Michael Schröder and Andreas Bauer about the Open Build Service, our powerful cross-distribution package build system. They discuss a bunch of updates which happened over the year since last coverage, what is being worked on currently and a little bit on how you can have your projects hosted on the service.

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releases

Updated Roadmap Published

by Klaas Freitag posted on 16th Oct 2007

An updated Roadmap for the Open Build Service has been published. It outlines the development targets until the fourth quarter of 2008. Please understand the dates as target estimations, but not as guaranteed dates. Some functionality might arrive earlier, while other features may need some more time.

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documentation

Release Management Support for the Open Build Service

by adrian posted on 18th Jul 2007

The Open Build Service allows from now on more control about what to do with built packages. You can for example switch of the publishing of packages to the ftp server and mirrors, when you prepare a major update in your project.

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