Le développement de OpenSuse est désormais plus libre qu'auparavant. La chaîne de développement est en train changer, et facilitera la prise de responsabilités et les contributions directes des utilisateurs. Ainsi les contributeurs pourront devenir responsable de certaines paquets, sans avoir à passer par un employé de Novell pour valider leurs modifications.
openSUSE Factory is Now Open
openSUSE development is now even more open than before. Factory development is changing, and we’re making it easier for contributors to take responsibility for packages and to contribute directly to openSUSE. This means contributors will be able to be directly responsible for packages, without having to go through a Novell employee to make changes.
Factory development is being split into devel projects organized by topic areas, such as KDE, GNOME, Education, Java, and so on. Devel projects are responsible for sets of packages and will be able to organize themselves rather than following a top-down model of management.
The idea is to allow teams to be self-organizing and for all contributors to have equal footing in terms of being able to contribute to openSUSE Factory.
To get started, the current Novell and openSUSE package maintainers will be working with each other to define responsibility within the devel projects and how the team will work together. As time goes on, they will integrate new maintainers into the teams and commit privileges will be based on merit and not whether a person is employed by Novell.
le communiqué officiel :
Pensez-vous que cela permettra à OpenSuse de disposer d'une communauté aussi réactive que Fedora ?