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Linuxtag 2009 in Berlin

June 29th, 2009 by

I’m back now from attending Linuxtag 2009 in Berlin. On Saturday I gave a presentation about openSUSE 11.2 and we had some good discussions about it.  I demoed WebYaST which will be an exciting addition to openSUSE.  WebYaST allows remote – and also local – administration of your system.  The participants of the talk mentioned also that  “zypper dup” to update from 11.1 to 11.2 is an important addition.

Btw. to learn more about openSUSE 11.2, check this wiki page which is regularly updated.

Adrian took some photos and uploaded them to the gallery.

It was great to see the momentum behind the education project, I talked a bit with Jan (and listened to his excellent talk) and Lars about it.

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6 Responses to “Linuxtag 2009 in Berlin”

  1. Carlos Goncalves

    Please don’t forget to add your presentation about openSUSE 11.2 in http://en.opensuse.org/Marketing/Presentation since it will help a lot others who might want to give a talk about it.

  2. Andreas Jaeger

    My talk was in German – should I still upload it there?

  3. I took some time and translated your slides.
    I uploaded it here: http://files.opensuse.org/opensuse/en/c/c2/OpenSUSE-11.2-Linuxtag-2009-EN.odp
    I hope i got the important points and it is useful for somebody.

  4. Andreas Jaeger

    Looks really good – but you missed the notes. Jan, will you do them – or shall I translate those in German?


  5. Actually i didn’t look for notes 🙂
    I translated the notes too, new version is up and i added a link to the marketing presentation page!