openSUSE-e

For the last couple of years i have been helping maintain Enlightenment on openSUSE, here is where you can find updates about what’s going on with Enlightenment on openSUSE as well as some other related things.

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Hackweek Report

Every now and then SUSE lets its engineers have a “Hackweek” were we can work on anything that we think is of value. This Hackweek I focused on improving testing of the Enlightenment desktop, I had 3 main goals, 1. Id like to be able to run tests on EFL / Enlightenment tarballs before there [&hellipMore...

Changing times

Just a short update, I was going to write this 6 months ago but never quite got to it, so here’s a quick update on what i’ve been doing. 6 Months ago I left my previous job and started working for SUSE Linux which has been a great change and experience. In my spare time [&hellipMore...

Enlightenment in openSUSE Leap 42.1 (and tumbleweed)

Hi All, it has come to that time of year where once again I tell you about all the new goodies we have in enlightenment for this release. In this release enlightenment itself hasn't changed that much, its got the stable 0.19.12 release with a stack of fixes hopefully making it really stable.

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Enlightenment e19 vs e17 in openSUSE

I was Asked about this thread http://forums.bodhilinux.com/index.php?/topic/12322-e17-vs-e19-which-are-you-using-and-why/, and bodhi’s announcement about forking enlightenment e17 http://www.bodhilinux.com/2015/04/28/introducing-the-moksha-desktop/ if it means anything for openSUSE in the comments to http://simotek.net/tech/projects/opensuse-e/enlightenment-on-opensuse-13-2/. The short answer is it won’t really have much effect. Elive also maintain there own fork of e17, I feel that the main difference between openSUSE and these distro’s [&hellipMore...

SUSE #Hackweek 12, openSUSE Enlightenment Live CD

Several times a year SUSE has the concept of a hackweek, where employees get to work on whatever they thing will benefit openSUSE. I Don’t work at SUSE but I still like to use the idea of the week to deviate from my standard openSUSE packaging and spend time looking at something a little different. [&hellipMore...
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    • Rudi Pittman
    • February 20th, 2015

    Hi,

    where can I download the e17 and e19 versions of the opensuse-e black and green theme? I’d like to use it with bodhi and just use a different wallpaper.

    Thanks!

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