The openSUSE Conference 2014 has started in Dubrovnik, Croatia in an effort to bring together a variety of free and open source contributors to collaborate on one of the major Linux distribution projects. If you can’t make it to the event, you can watch a live stream of openSUSE 2014 here.
This year, the event is being organised in collaboration with ownCloud, Zorp(a Gateway technology by Balabit) and the MATE desktop along with the bucket load of awesome projects from openSUSE itself.
The board brought up the state of openSUSE, including the release cycle (what comes after 13.1 is not clear yet), the changes to our processes (staging projects, openQA testing integration) and so on. This conference is a great time and place to discuss these things.
The openSUSE Conference 2015 is going to take place in The Hague, Netherlands!
Schedule is here so people can follow live stream easier.