News about OBS

deployments

Post-Mortem: Severe Service Degradation on April 8, 2020

by the OBS Team posted on 8th Apr 2020

After today’s deployment, our reference server suffered from a severe service degradation. We want to give you some insight into what happened.

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development

OBS goes Ruby On Rails 6!

by the OBS Team posted on 6th Apr 2020

In the recent past, there have been quite some attempts, by different contributors, to migrate the OBS API to Ruby on Rails version 6, which came out August last year. Lately, this got revisited by Lukas Krause as part of the SUSE Hack Week.

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development

Fresh Notifications and much more

by the OBS Team posted on 24th Mar 2020

One more time we direct our effort to responsiveness, there is a lot to do in this regard and we are proud of our achivements during the last weeks. We heard your feedback and improved the navigation and we have a couple of new things to notify you about… go on reading.

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development

Who Said OBS Was Not Responsive?

by the OBS Team posted on 3rd Mar 2020

If you believe so, we’re hopefully going to change your opinion next time you surf OBS within our beta program. In the last two weeks, we kept working in improving responsiveness following a mobile-first approach. Lots of issues were fixed and a bunch of changes were made.

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development

More Responsive Than Ever Before!

by the OBS Team posted on 17th Feb 2020

Do you like checking the status of your OBS account on the way to work? While sitting on the sofa? On a flight?

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development

Look Back at 2019

by the OBS Team posted on 20th Dec 2019

The year is coming to an end and we have stopped for a while to look back. Wow! :astonished: Time flies and we have lived a lot of experiences and achieved so many goals.

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documentation

New Local Build Environment Features

by Adrian Schröter posted on 5th Dec 2019
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development

Bye Bye Bento, Hello Bootstrap!

by the OBS Team posted on 25th Sep 2019

This is probably the last post related to revamping our user interface (UI).

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development

Addressing Typography Issues Part 2

by the OBS Team posted on 27th Aug 2019

In the last couple of weeks we continued tackling the typography issues in the new UI.

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development

Addressing Typography Issues in the new User Interface

by the OBS Team posted on 12th Aug 2019

We tackled typography issues after receiving feedback from multiple users.

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releases

Release of the Open Build Service, Version 2.10

by the OBS Team posted on 4th Jul 2019

After more than one year of development we are happy to announce the release of Open Build Service 2.10! :rocket:

This new version of OBS brings a revamped web user interface, improved support for shipping your software in containers and integrating your package builds with source code management systems like GitLab and Pagure.

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releases

Beta of Version 2.10 Released

by the OBS Team posted on 17th Jun 2019

We have released the beta of the upcoming Open Build Service (OBS) version 2.10.

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deployments

Post-mortem: Downtime on June 13, 2019

by the OBS Team posted on 13th Jun 2019

After today’s deployment, we faced a downtime of our reference server for users in our beta program. We want to give you some insight into what happened.

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development

The Search and Kiwi Editor Pages Are Now Part of the Revamped User Interface

by the OBS Team posted on 27th May 2019
Revamping Search & Kiwi Editor Read more...
project

SUSE Build Solutions Team

by OBS Team posted on 14th May 2019

This is the first post in a series about teams inside different companies that work to bring the OBS forward. This time, we are writing about the Build Solutions team at SUSE. Make sure to check out the upcoming posts too!

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development

The Maintenance Pages Are Now Part of the Revamped User Interface

by the OBS Team posted on 30th Apr 2019

This is part 5 of a series of posts about revamping the user interface of OBS. We started off with the Package pages in October 2018, moved on to the Project, User and Group pages in December 2018, continued with the Request pages in February 2019 and migrated the Configuration pages in March 2019. We then finished the Maintenance pages in April 2019, the Search and Kiwi Editor pages were completed in May 2019. In June 2019 we focused on the Cloud and Monitor pages. The whole migration was finished in September 2019, bye bye bento!.

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development

The Configuration Pages Are Now Part of the Revamped User Interface

by the OBS Team posted on 3rd Mar 2019

This is part 4 of a series of posts about revamping the user interface of OBS. We started off with the Package pages in October 2018, moved on to the Project, User and Group pages in December 2018, continued with the Request pages in February 2019 and migrated the Configuration pages in March 2019. We then finished the Maintenance pages in April 2019, the Search and Kiwi Editor pages were completed in May 2019. In June 2019 we focused on the Cloud and Monitor pages. The whole migration was finished in September 2019, bye bye bento!.

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development

Another Milestone for the Revamped User Interface, Now for the Request Pages

by the OBS Team posted on 15th Feb 2019

This is part 3 of a series of posts about revamping the user interface of OBS. We started off with the Package pages in October 2018, moved on to the Project, User and Group pages in December 2018, continued with the Request pages in February 2019 and migrated the Configuration pages in March 2019. We then finished the Maintenance pages in April 2019, the Search and Kiwi Editor pages were completed in May 2019. In June 2019 we focused on the Cloud and Monitor pages. The whole migration was finished in September 2019, bye bye bento!.

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development

Revamped User Interface for Project, User and Group Pages

by the OBS Team posted on 10th Dec 2018

This is part 2 of a series of posts about revamping the user interface of OBS. We started off with the Package pages in October 2018, moved on to the Project, User and Group pages in December 2018, continued with the Request pages in February 2019 and migrated the Configuration pages in March 2019. We then finished the Maintenance pages in April 2019, the Search and Kiwi Editor pages were completed in May 2019. In June 2019 we focused on the Cloud and Monitor pages. The whole migration was finished in September 2019, bye bye bento!.

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