Hackweek 12 & openQA

Last week was SUSE's Hackweek 12. Hackweeks are special weeks at SUSE where all of SUSE Engineering get to work on whatever they'd like, to try cool things and learn new stuff. This Hackweek was my first at SUSE's Nuremberg office, and it was quite an experience. The... [Read More]

Why openSUSE?

As this is hosted on my personal blog, this should probably go without saying, but given the topics covered in this post I wish to state for absolute clarity that the content of this post does not necessarily reflect the official opinion of the openSUSE Project or my employer, SUSE Linux GmbH.... [Read More]

Intel Power Management on openSUSE Tumbleweed

In the past I've posted several articles on various tweaks to improve Power Management on Intel Sandy/Ivybridge hardware, based on my experiments with my Lenovo X220 With more recent releases of openSUSE, I've been experimenting with my old tweaks, and found that they NO LONGER help with power... [Read More]

Testing Fedora with openQA

I've been working a lot with openQA lately, openSUSE's great operating system testing tool, and I think some of what I've been getting up is kind of interesting. This is likely to be the first of a series of blog posts about my crazy adventures with... [Read More]