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  1. 1. M. Edwin Zakaria openSUSE openSUSE Indonesia Community Status What’s Next?
  2. 2. About ● M. Edwin Zakaria ● Linux user since 1998 ● openSUSE since 6.2 around 1999 ● openSUSE member ● openSUSE Indonesia
  3. 3. openSUSE Indonesia Community
  4. 4. A brief history ● openSUSE Indonesia Community established on 23 Juli 2007 ● We do regular meetup every month ● Discuss about openSUSE implementation for our regular usage ● New technology/software and how to use it
  5. 5. A brief history ● Supporting KPLI (Kelompok Pengguna Linux Indonesia/Indonesian Linux User Group) ● Follow Indonesia Linux Conference ● Helping hands with other distro community
  6. 6. A brief history ● At the beginning most of the community member are working people, there were student but very small ● As other community, people are come and go, the important thing is how to keep the community exist and it needs regeneration
  7. 7. A brief history
  8. 8. Web presence ● Original homepage (not use anymore) ● Homepage ● Repository
  9. 9. Current condition ● FB group, 4393 member on October 2019 ● Twitter @opensuseID ● Telegram group 713 member as of October 2019 ● YouTube channel
  10. 10. Activities ● Website
  11. 11. Activities ● Community repository
  12. 12. Activities ● Meet up
  13. 13. Activities ● industry/professional visit
  14. 14. Activities ● openSUSE release party
  15. 15. Activities ● Participate in openSUSE booth in exhibition
  16. 16. Activities ● openSUSE introduction to schools
  17. 17. Activities ● Attending openSUSE conference
  18. 18. Activities ● Attending openSUSE.Asia Summit
  19. 19. Activities ● Host openSUSE.Asia Summit 2016 and 2019
  20. 20. Challenge ● Currently infrastructur is located in one of community member office ● We also get the bandwidth from them ● We don’t provide mirror for Tumbleweed because of limitation of bandwidth and also disk space ● We need to find another location for our infrastructure, anyone work on internet provider? :-)
  21. 21. Challenge ● People come and go ● Someone who only need other to solve their problem whether in work or study ● Someone who not only need help but want to help other ● People who only need killing their time ● People who want to make friends ● People who want to be famous :-) ● Silence people
  22. 22. Strength ● Highly skill member ● Highly motivated young generation ● Helpful member ● Many young generation in demography
  23. 23. Weakness ● Loack of infrastructure, we are fully self funded community :) ● Need more active people ● Need more refresh idea how to attract people to the community
  24. 24. Opportunity ● openSUSE needs you (developer, translator, contributor, marketing, etc) ● to be more active in global community
  25. 25. Threat ● Inferior person ● Arrogant person ● Regeneration – generation gap
  26. 26. And what next? ● More active to introduce openSUSE to university and schools. ● Get openSUSE Education distro back to live. Who wants to join? ● More community meet up in devops and coding ● Active in openSUSE development and testing ● Regeneration
  27. 27. Thank You
  28. 28. Join Us at
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