Hello, I am new, questions about compilation and testing, to be a developer.

Manuel Quintero Fonseca manuel at uas.edu.mx
Tue May 18 11:46:44 CEST 2021

> Hi Manuel,
 Thanks Maurizio for answering.

> You can test the development version of Xfce by adding the RAT
> repository [1] or using our VM images [2]. Both are built using
> Tumbleweed as base and Xfce from gitlab
> [1] https://build.opensuse.org/project/show/X11:xfce:rat
> [2] https://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Xfce/Images

For now I want to do the first thing to be able to compile full xfce by
hand and be able to use it (I'm new to this). From what you tell me, if I
don't want to touch my XFCE (stable), I can only use a virtual machine or a
container?(Which I don't know how to use).

> Feel free to contact me for openSUSE specific questions if you like, and
> we could use additional help in our team if you want to contribute there
> as well :D.
Of course I would like to contribute, openSUSE is my main distribution, I
use it since the alpha version
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