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Re: [Fwd: Fedora & openSUSE meeting / cooperation ?]

Chitlesh GOORAH wrote:
Hello fedora people :)

Well I'm forwarding this mail to this mailing list, in search for
concrete opinions about cooperation between fedora and opensuse from
the Fedora Engineering Team or Fedora Ambassadors.

Suggestions are welcome, however flame wars aren't :)

I've already accepted at least the meeting :)

Chitlesh Goorah

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Adrian Schröter <hidden>
To: Chitlesh GOORAH <hidden>
Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2007 10:03:46 +0100
Subject: Fedora & openSUSE meeting / cooperation ?

Hello Chitlesh,

I have heard that Fedora will be also on the FOSDEM 2007 like openSUSE is.

What do you think when we do a meeting there, either in small or large group,
to discuss ways and possibilities how we can cooperate ?

I do see fields like a common customer hardware database or our openSUSE build
service, which does support Fedora builds as well as discussion points. But
there are for sure more fields where we could maybe cooperate in a way which
gives us a win-win situation.

The build service isn't particularly interesting, mostly because the model we're moving towards is to move as much outside of the firewall as much as possible. It's kind of odd, actually, any time I run into any of the suse folks, all they want to talk about is the build service. Not a lot of value there, imho?

Re: a customer hardware database, that's kind of a misnomer. In our case, it's not customers, it's a community-driven hardware database that should be used to figure out if something is well supported. We've only started that path and have a long way to go. If the conversation with the opensuse folks want to discuss, that's fine. The more information we have (as long as it's tied to the software versions being used!) the better.


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