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SUSE Leftovers: SUSE Academic Program, OBS, and Status Page

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  • SUSE Academic Program Opens Door to Open Source for Students Globally
  • Release of new Image Templates Page

    What’s that? – You might ask. Just have a look yourself. Click on the newly added ‘New image’ link on the OBS front page.

  • Announcing openSUSE’s status page – status.opensuse.org

    Worried about downtimes and maintenance windows of openSUSE services that you missed because there was no information provided? Wink

    Now is your chance to get informed about any (un-)expected downtime of any openSUSE service!

    The openSUSE Heroes team is pleased to announce that status.opensuse.org is up and running as public status page, providing you with the latest updates about our infrastructure. We tried our best to get the page mobile friendly and easy to understand. Even RSS and Atom feeds are available. A big “thank you” to the team from Cachet, the open source status page system, for developing that great tool.

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