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Microsoft acquires Open Build Service to integrate it into Visual Studio

by the OBS Team posted on 1st Apr 2017

We are happy to announce that Microsoft will acquire Open Build Service effectively by today. OBS will be soon an extension of Visual Studio! Visual Studio is a Microsoft IDE. It is used by Microsoft and Windows users all around the world to write programs for Microsoft Windows, as well as web and mobile applications. It already has many great features, such as a code editor, a debugger and a visual designer. But after the...

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Aaron Seigo on the Open Build Service

by Henne posted on 27th May 2013

In the recent episode of his series of live-casts called "The Luminosity of Free Software", Aaron Seigo, a very active FOSS developer and speaker from Canada who primarily works on the Linux Desktop explores the Open Build Service. He's not only giving you a general introduction but he also explains how it helps the Mer project to build their base operating system software for use in devices like phones, tablets, TVs, digital pictureframes and even...

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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. Everyone able to read german can grab a pdf copy here.

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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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