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SUSE Projects

This is the source repo for the SUSE Projects page.

This page is a compilation of open source software that SUSE has created.


If you would like to submit a project for inclusion, please fork the repository, make changes as outlined below, and submit a pull request.

Adding A Project

To add a project, please create a YAML file in data/projects/{category} with the name of your project, normalized in lowercase, with - in place of whitespace.

For example, a project named "Rancher Desktop" in the Development category would be saved in data/projects/development/rancher-desktop.yaml.

name: Rancher Desktop
description: Kubernetes on your desktop.

The project must have, at the minimum, the following fields:

  • name
  • repository

For it to be a Featured project it also needs the description field and a logo (see below). If it does not have a website, the repository URL will be used instead. If it does not have a Twitter handle, it will be dynamically excluded from the card if the project is Featured.

If the project does not have a value for a key, it is not necessary to include the key for any reason other than clarity. Missing keys and keys with no value are ignored.

Project Logos

If your project has a logo, please upload it in SVG (preferred) or PNG to static/logos and name it the same as the project's YAML file (e.g. lowercase, with space replaced by -).

A logo is not required, but only projects with logos can be Featured.

Featuring a Project

NOTE: The list of featured projects is maintained by the PM Team. Please do not set your own project to be Featured.

If the project is to be featured, add it to the featured key in config.yaml. The number of featured projects is set in the featuredLimit variable in config.yaml. Only the first projects up to that limit will appear as featured projects in the cards at the top of the page.

Featured projects must have a logo (see above).

Project Categories

Please place your project in one of the existing category directories. If it fits into more than one category, place it in the one where you think it fits the best. Categories should be broad and inclusive. For example, Operations is better than Package Managers because a package manager is part of an operations workflow.

Try to fit entries into a noun for what the software enables. Kubewarden enables Security for Kubernetes, so although it could go into Kubernetes, it fits better in Security.

If your project doesn't fit into an existing category, please create a new directory and explain your reasons for the new category in your pull request.

Some categories will have characters that won't encode into a directory, such as "AI/ML." In this case, use a - for the special characters. This creates a directory ai-ml. This, however, when sent through humanization, becomes "Ai Ml," which is not what we want.

In this situation, set an override in categoryMap in config.yaml that sets the category key (the directory name) to the name that you would like. If a category exists in the override map, it will not go through humanization and will instead show the map value.

Disabling a Project

Any project can be disabled by adding disabled: true to the YAML. This allows projects to be temporarily removed without having to delete their content entirely.

Previewing Your Changes

If you would like to preview your changes before committing, you can do so by installing Hugo in your local environment. Once installed, run hugo server -D from the root of the repository. This will open a development server on your machine. As you make changes, they will reload live in the browser.


Once a PR is merged, the site is built by GitHub Actions and then pushed to the organizational repo. From there GitHub publishes it to the final destination.

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