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restic is a backup program. It supports verification, encryption,
snapshots and deduplication.

This project is the entrypoint for:
* all packages (minus sle based container images) that have to go to the SUSE CaaS Platform product

Please submit all changes here, but beware:
* all relevant packages under will be autosubmitted here when there is a change in git
* packages are e.g.:
- velum
- kubernetes-salt
- caasp-container-manifests
- caasp-cli
- container-feeder
- supportutil-lugins-suse-caasp
* this means any change to these packages will be overwritten by the automation

* any change of a package here will be automatically
1. forwarded (via copypac) to the SUSE internal build service:
- Devel:CASP:Head:ControllerNode
2. submitted to the latest SUSE CaaS Platform product repository in the SUSE internal build service


Devel project for kubic


This repository contains packages related to the Go programming language (designed by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike and Ken Thompson).

Go is an expressive, concurrent, garbage collected systems programming language that is type safe and memory safe. It has pointers but no pointer arithmetic. Go has fast builds, clean syntax, garbage collection, methods for any type, and run-time reflection. It feels like a dynamic language but has the speed and safety of a static language.

Please do not use OBS comments for support requests. Instead please use one of these communication methods:

Support via mailing list (first): (links to list archives)

For bug reports:


Conmon is a monitoring program and communication tool between a
container manager (like podman or CRI-O) and an OCI runtime (like
runc or crun) for a single container.


BPFtrace is a high-level tracing language for Linux enhanced Berkeley Packet
Filter (eBPF) available in recent Linux kernels. The BPFtrace language is
inspired by awk and C, and predecessor tracers such as DTrace and SystemTap.
BPFtrace was created by Alastair Robertson.


With iec16022 you can produce 2d barcodes. Also known as Data Matrix. These
barcodes are defined in ISO/IEC 16022.


Temporary workaround for umoci's CI.

This contains personal branches of projects and other packages that are related to creating and managing containers.


This project was created for package docker via attribute OBS:Maintained


This project was created for package go1.14 via attribute OBS:Maintained


LXC-related tools and utilities.


This project was created for package matrix-synapse via attribute OBS:Maintained

This project was created for package wireplumber via attribute OBS:Maintained

This project was created for package cni via attribute OBS:Maintained

This project was created for package rtorrent via attribute OBS:Maintained


This project was created for package zfs via attribute OBS:Maintained


qolibri is a dictionary viewer for the proprietary EPWING dictionary format (primarily used by monolingual Japanese dictionaries).

VobSub2SRT is a simple command line program to convert .idx / .sub subtitles
into .srt text subtitles by using OCR. It is based on code from the MPlayer
project - a really really great movie player. Some minor parts are copied from
ffmpeg/avutil headers. Tesseract is used as OCR software.


"rsync for cloud storage"

TREZOR Communication Daemon aka TREZOR Bridge (written in Go).

Development project for the matrix reference server, clients, etc. . For the reference server take a look into

Synapse is a reference "homeserver" implementation of Matrix from the core development team at, written in Python/Twisted.

Maintainer Bugowner

This project is where work on new versions for packages related to containers, like docker, runc, etc. is being done. This project contains the packages as well as the runtime dependencies. Thus, feel free to add this repo to your box and install the packages you are interested in.

Some build time dependencies are on other projects that we use on "build time", like go packages. If you are interested on knowing where each build dependency comes from, use "osc buildinfo".

Some packages here are automatically submitted to openSUSE:Factory.

Feel free to fork the packages here and send submit requests with patches/updates.

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