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Welcome to openSUSE.Asia Summit 2017

Welcome to openSUSE.Asia Summit 2017

In this opening session, I will explain about
- What is openSUSE.Asia Summit
- Three objectives of this year's summit
- openSUSE community in Japan

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Fuminobu TAKEYAMA

October 26, 2017
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  1. 1/29 Welcome to openSUSE.Asia Summit 2017 Fuminobu TAKEYAMA openSUSE.Asia Summit

    2017 Local Organizing Committee Chair
  2. 2/29 Thank you for attending to openSUSE.Asia Summit 2017

  3. 3/29 Outline • What is openSUSE.Asia Summit? • Three objectives

    of openSUSE.Asia Summit 2017 • What is openSUSE community in Japan like? • Information and appreciation
  4. 4/29 What is openSUSE.Asia Summit?

  5. 5/29 What is openSUSE.Asia Summit? • An opportunity for the

    online community to meet and talk face to face – Regularly work together on the internet • An event easier to come for Asian community – than openSUSE Conference, held in Europe
  6. 6/29 openSUSE.Asia Summit 2014 • Beihang University, Beijing, China

  7. 7/29 openSUSE.Asia Summit 2015 • National Taipei University of Education,

    Taipei, Taiwan
  8. 8/29 openSUSE.Asia Summit 2016 • Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Kalijaga,

    Yogyakarta, Indonesia
  9. 9/29 The openSUSE.Asia Album • A book recording memories of

    the series of openSUSE.Asia Summit
  10. 10/29 The three objectives of openSUSE.Asia Summit 2017

  11. 11/29 Objectives and theme 1/3 • Please show what openSUSE

    is like! – Many attendees here does not know much about openSUSE 1. Attracting more attention to openSUSE in Japan by bringing enthusiasm of Asian community
  12. 12/29 Objectives and theme 2/3 • Mentoring is important –

    Invited about 22 people including both experts and newbies, using travel support program – Let’s communicate each other and invite the newbies to the contributors’ side • Workshops/Sessions for beginners at contribution – Open Build Service workshop etc. 2. Extending the area of Asian community members’ activity from their country to the whole world
  13. 13/29 Objectives and theme 3/3 • In the past summits,

    attendees came from only China, Taiwan, Indonesia, India, and Japan – Although there are still more countries in (east) Asia 3. Boosting openSUSE.Asia Summit to be a real Asian/global summit
  14. 14/29 The result of call for proposals No submissions from

    a new Asian country! Country/Region #Submission Indonesia 15 Taiwan 7 China 6 Germany 4 Australia 1 Japan 17
  15. 15/29 What country/region does the attendees come from? • 2

    from South Korea! Country/Region #Attendees Indonesia 15 Taiwan 8 China 8 Germany 5 South Korea 2 Australia 1 Czech 1 Slovenia 1 Japan 130+ Now live in Japan
  16. 16/29 What is openSUSE community in Japan like?

  17. 17/29 Online communication • opensuse-ja@opensuse.org list started 15 years ago

    – SuSE Linux 8.1! • Japan openSUSE User Group – Twitter: @opensuseja, Facebook, Geeko Blog, Slack Please subscribe!
  18. 18/29 Loves Geeko • Many Geeko on openSUSE booth at

    every Open Source Conference
  19. 19/29 Meetups • Annual openSUSE mini Summit and release parties

  20. 20/29 Geeko Magazine

  21. 21/29 The program schedule of openSUSE.Asia Summit 2017

  22. 22/29 Tracks • openSUSE Track – including the kernel, containers

    • FLOSS Security Track • LibreOffice mini Conference Track – only on the Sunday • Linux Desktop Track • Community Track
  23. 23/29 Social party / 懇親会 • From 7 pm at

    a university restaurant, Harmonia – ask at reception if you want a ticket 当日チケットを希望する方は、受付までお越しください © OpenStreetMap contributors
  24. 24/29 Further information • If you have a help please

    ask to local staffs – Please find a budge with a green strap
  25. 25/29 Appreciation

  26. 26/29 Logo • Designed by Ramadoni Ashudi • Thank you

    for participating to the logo competition
  27. 27/29 Sponsors

  28. 28/29 Venue Venture Business Promotion Center for Industrial and Governmental

    Relations The University of Electro-Communications
  29. 29/29 Have a lot of fun!