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openSUSE Project 2021 Projects
Convert Virtual Systems Page to ReactJSConvert the JSP code of virtual systems page to ReactJS Improve the UI of freshly created virtual systems page
IBus CustomizeCurrently (Before GSoC 2021 during application), the IBus theme follows the global GNOME-Shell theme in GNOME and the global GTK theme in other...
Interpersonal Identity VerificationPreventing phone scams by allowing users to assert the validity of unknown callers
Logging Pipeline Plumber for RancherBanzai Logging Operator allows users to build complex logging pipelines by writing Kubernetes custom resource configurations. But it could be a...
Porting PRoot to RustImplement a prototype version of proot with Rust language, with the most basic features.
Update Kanidm project: MFA backup code and async-std library for opensslThe 1st deliverable proposes using a Backup code to restore single-device accounts. Users have to generate the Backup code when they are already...