When we think of a Linux distribution, most of the time we think of a graphical Interface. We can install the needed packages using some tool the distribution provides us. From time to time we get updates. Everything works (hopefully) out of the box.


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Jose Armesto at 18:13 on 7 Oct 2017

Interesting talk on how Suse tries to solve this problem. Some points felt too Suse specific, maybe?

Matthias Brugger (Speaker) at 11:17 on 9 Oct 2017

Thanks for the comment Jose. In the beginning I wanted to do the talk in a more general way. But time constraints stopped me from investigating further how e.g. koji from Fedora is working, or how Debian Test works.