Involved Projects and Packages
OpenCity is a full 3D city simulator game project.
It is written in standard C++ with OpenGL and SDL
from scratch. It is not intended to be a clone of
any famous city simulator from Max*s. So, if you
are looking to download a free SimCity 4 like,
please forget OpenCity.
This is an internal package that is used to create the patterns as part
of the installation source setup. Installation of this package does
not make sense.
This particular package contains the Games patterns.
Finally a networked multiplayer game in the vein of the puzzle classic Bust a Move/Puzzle Bobble! Beat your friends in this addictive game, or play against a random opponent!
Secret Maryo Chronicles is an Open Source two-dimensional platform game with a style designed similar to classic sidescroller games.
That package provides High Definition audio
addons for Secret Maryo Chronicles.
SuperTuxKart is an enhanced version of TuxKart, a kart racing game,
originally done by Steve Baker, featuring Tux and a bunch of his friends.
SuperTuxKart is the work of the GotM run for TuxKart at happypenguin.org.
X-Moto is a challenging 2D motocross platform game, where physics play an all important role in the gameplay. You need to control your bike to its limit, if you want to have a chance finishing the more difficult of the challenges. First you'll try just to complete the levels, while later you'll compete with yourself and others, racing against the clock.
This project contains no software, but it defines the admins for the GNOME: project group.
This project contains the latest version of various GNOME applications. It can be used on stable versions of openSUSE to get newer versions of packages, but it has to be noted that the main aim of this project is to create package for Factory.
If you're interested in maintainership of this project, feel free to send a mail to email@example.com, or join either the #opensuse-gnome IRC room on Libera Chat or the "openSUSE GNOME" (https://matrix.to/#/#gnome:opensuse.org) Matrix/Discord room.
GNOME:Backports:X.YY contains packages required to build new versions of GNOME for released versions of openSUSE
The stable development branch of GNOME packages.
If you're interested in helping maintain the GNOME Stack in openSUSE, please join the fun in either #opensuse-gnome IRC room, on Libera Chat, or "openSUSE GNOME" Matrix/Discord room. There is surely some task ready for you.
THIS PROJECT IS DISCONTINUED; YOU SHOULD NOT USE IT.
This project contains libraries and applications from the deprecated GTK+1 and GNOME1 projects.
Status: Packages which still exist in OpenSuSE FACTORY are linked there. The rest is present only here and anybody is encouraged to add or fix them.
This project builds Live CD images and USB stick images based with GNOME Desktops.
Where the regular development snapshots of the GNOME project are being published. Bear in mind it can get quite unstable at times and even render systems to a unusable state, so if you don't use Snapper you have to at least know basic troubleshooting/recovery techniques.
In order to make use of this project, the user MUST have Tumbleweed repositories enabled (and/or openSUSE:Factory ones, if you know what you're doing); this is the only semi-tested and semi-supported solution.
Note that having any "stable" release repos (like openSUSE Leap) is NOT supported, and will break your system and harm some random kitten.
If you encounter issues, please contact the gnome-team on #opensuse-gnome on irc.opensuse.org
Not unlikely, you will be asked to open an issue on gitlab.gnome.org or file a bug at bugzilla.opensuse.org (preferably with upstream directly).
If you want to use this repo, please make sure that you do zypper dup --from GNOME:Next (or whatever name you elected to the repo), to ensure that you pull in everything that is needed from here.
This is the stable release of GNOME 3.12 for openSUSE 13.1.
This is the stable release of GNOME 3.16.x for openSUSE 13.2.
GEGL provides infrastructure to do demand based cached non destructive image editing on larger than RAM buffers. Through babl it provides support for a wide range of color models and pixel storage formats for input and output.
Shotwell is a digital photo organizer designed for the GNOME desktop
environment. It allows you to import photos from disk or camera,
organize them in various ways, view them in full-window or fullscreen
mode, and export them to share with others.
This proxy reads sensor data from the IIO subsystem and serves to the input subsystem