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SUSE is hiring an OBS Developer!

by Henne Vogelsang posted on 2nd Feb 2015

If you are interested in modern web development, agile methodologies, being the interface to business customers and being a member of an outstanding global team of highly skilled developers, if you want to be part of a revolutionary new way to create infrastructure technology, then you should continue to read this! Our main sponsor, SUSE, is hiring someone to help them build up, maintain and support an Open Build Service instance for their Enterprise customers....

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Reference Server Downtime

by the OBS Team posted on 24th Apr 2014

Good news … we are back. Former announcement was: Since earlier today the storage area network (SAN) that holds all the binary build results from our reference server has a severe problem (crashes before it can do a fail-over) and it looks like it will not come back today :-( As this is some generic problem in the system and not just some broken hardware we are working with the manufacturer on a solution. As...

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WEBUI+API = ♥

by Henne Vogelsang posted on 28th Oct 2013

As Coolo “announced” the week before last in his mail about his hackweek project we’re about to marry the WEBUI with the API. Adrian, Ancor, Coolo and me, Henne, just had a meeting about how we go about to push forward with this unholy communion. Here are the results, but first let me explain how we came to the decision to do this: What’s wrong? Over time the initial design decision to make the WEBUI...

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The Open Build Service Team at SUSE looks for a new member

by the OBS Team posted on 25th May 2012

You always wanted to join the Open Build Service Team at SUSE? In case you like OBS and think you could help to improve it, please send us your CV. Extra bonus points are made by any experience with web stacks, ideally with Ruby On Rails. Also any involvement with open source communities would help. We would also be highly interested if you could implement something, for example from the Junior Jobs. You can find...

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openSUSE renames OBS

by the OBS Team posted on 26th May 2011

The Build Service Team at openSUSE has decided to rename its cutting-edge packaging- and distribution build technology to Open Build Service. The new name, while maintaining the well-known OBS acronym, signals its open and cross-distribution nature. The history The Open Build Service started out as an internal SUSE technology. In 2006 it was decided to open its source code and development process. From that point on, the scope of the Open Build Service started to...

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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. The openDesktop.org sites include openDesktop.org, KDE-Apps.org, GNOME-Apps.org, KDE-Look.org, and GNOME-Look.org. The openDesktop.org network reaches more than 150,000 registered contributors, and has more than 90 million page...

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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! The OBS developers have collected smaller projects on this wiki page. These projects are ideal for anyone new to OBS development. All you need is a local copy of the web client, which can easily be deployed on your development...

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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. If you use, used or want to use the OBS, please participate on the survey and help us to make a solid new version of the web client . The survey is available on surveymonkey.com via this link. Thanks for your participation!

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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! AutoBuild was the first full automated system on this planet which built Linux distributions. It served us well, with reliable building of the SUSE distributions. It guaranteed that depending packages got rebuilt...

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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. As its name suggests, the openSUSE project is committed to choice and opposed to the exclusion of innovation...

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Open Build Service Gains Momentum with AMD Sponsorship

by the OBS Team posted on 7th Aug 2007

As announced at the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo, AMD has been unveiled as a Platinum Sponsor of openSUSE providing it with powerful infrastructure upon which the Open Build Service (OBS) can be run. More from the press release: Now with more than 700 projects and 20,000 software packages, the Open Build Service is an innovative framework that provides an infrastructure for software developers to easily create and compile packages for multiple Linux distributions... In the...

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