Manuals, Screencasts, Talks and Workshops

Guides

It is intended for users and developers who want to dig deeper into OBS. It contains more background information, setup, and usage scenarios.

It offers information about the initial setup and maintenance for running OBS instances.

User

It is intended for users and developers who want to dig deeper into OBS. It contains more background information, setup, and usage scenarios.

Administrator

It offers information about the initial setup and maintenance for running OBS instances.

Screencasts

Curious about how to create your containers in OBS? Check out this screencast to get an introduction on how to build containers with the Open Build Service.

A brief introduction to the core features of the Open Build Service: Building a package from it's sources for multiple distributions and downloading it.

Learn how to collaborate on packages inside the Open Build Service: Branch a package, fix it and submit your changes back to the original package.

Talks

OBS Team will briefly explain the evolution of the OBS at the OpenSUSE Conference 2019, and also some of the impressive features that have been included.

All the facts, features and the future of the Open Build Service
Source: OBS-Facts-Features-Future.odp

Learn more about the cross-architecture capabilities of the Open Build Service.
Source: OBS-Cross-Build.odp

Workshops

This workshop is for packagers that want to use the OBS to produce binary packages from sources. Either for personal consumption or as part of a bigger project like a GNU/Linux distribution.
Source: OBS-Packager-Workshop.odp

This workshop is for members of open source projects or employees of software vendors that want to use the Open Build Service to deliver not only single packages but large collections of them, for instance a GNU/Linux distribution.
Source: OBS-Project-Workshop.odp

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