Babin has recently gone through the trance of his father’s death and Emi has been his fundamental support. The player, grateful for all the signs of affection he has received since then, wants to reunite with his mother and family when the confinement is lifted. Meanwhile, he hopes to reach the best physical level to resume training and competition. LaLiga SmartBank* Data updated as of April 17, 2020 “As my girlfriend knows how to play soccer from a very young age, sometimes she helps me in exercises, we play together, we shoot on goal, we pass and play soccer-tennis, so that mischief of competition is maintained. She is key in these tough moments on a personal level and she helps me a lot at a sporting level2, explained the Sporting player. “It will have to be played during the summer and I am convinced that it will be behind closed doors, unfortunately”Babin says. “Health comes first and it would be dangerous for there to be fans in the stands, so it will take a long time2,” he adds.The Sporting central defender considers it necessary to play a couple of games per week to conclude the league. “I almost prefer to play every three days because you train less and you play more”, he recalled, recalling his experience in Israeli soccer. Jean-Sylvain Babin also assures that “physical condition will be key” to face the return to competition with guarantees. And on that lap, the goal for the team led by Miroslav Djukic will be one, according to one of its captains, “to get closer to the‘ playoff. “ Jean-Sylvain Babin is a footballer loved by sportinguism who wants normality to return to compete as soon as possible. At the moment, it has to be applied in the preparation that allows confinement, although the central reveals two very important aspects that help him to carry it better than many others: the garden of his house and his girlfriend Emi.“I feel very fortunate to have a space like the garden of my case, where in the end I do all the exercises that Fran (Albert, the physical trainer) sends me, I do a continuous game of soccer,” Babin tells questions from journalists. in a video edited by the club. The grass helps him maintain contact with the ball that the vast majority cannot and he does it with the help of his wife, Emilienne Martine Tall, former player of several teams in the years she has been with Babin in Spain.
SUSE Studio Merges Open Build Service to create SUSE Studio Express by Mike Turcotte-McCusker on September 30, 2017 in Linux – Last Update: September 29, 2017 – 5 commentsIf you’ve never heard of SUSE Studio, it’s a service offered by SUSE that allows users to create their own respins of their GNU/Linux Operating System; OBS, is a tool designed for easing package distribution. Both tools use the same engine, and so SUSE has decided to merge the two into one product and rebrand the system, “SUSE Studio Express”Andreas Jaeger, an author for the SUSE blog published an article the merger.In it, Jaeger writes, “Reviewing these offerings and the way the image build situation has evolved, we have decided to merge the two online services, OBS and SUSE Studio, into a common solution. Looking at the feature requests for SUSE Studio on image building and looking at our technologies, we decided to use OBS as the base for our image building service. Since OBS already builds images for various environments, we will first add a new image building GUI to OBS. This combined solution will now be delivered as “SUSE Studio Express”.Some of the features listed on the post for the new SUSE Studio Express are:Collaboration on image building: You can do the usual clone, change, submit, and review cycle to update an image and send it back to the original owner. This also works for image templates that others use as a base.Support for additional architectures: SUSE Studio only handled x86-64. With the SUSE Studio Express, you will build images for all SUSE architectures – not only for Intel/AMD x86-64 but later also for ARM, Power and z Systems.Open Development: The complete source code is available and the development team is blogging about their sprint reports. If you would like to contribute code to the new UI or add image templates, go ahead!We expect OBS will be more flexible, being able to support further imaging tool chains.The development of new images can be done as part of the distribution development, so that images work directly at release of a product. This also allows us to support these images with maintenance updates in the future. In addition, building of images for not yet released distributions will possible.Closing WordsSUSE Studio has been something I have played with in the past, although I never sat down and went deep into making my own respin, but I can say that the customization and power behind the tool is pretty awesome, and surprisingly easy to use. I may one day take a look at this new offering and play around with it myself.What about you? Have you ever used SUSE Studio? Does this new offering sound like something you would be interested in checking out? Let us know in the comments what your thoughts are!SummaryArticle NameSUSE Studio Merges Open Build Service to create SUSE Studio ExpressDescriptionSUSE decided to merge the two product SUSE Studio and OBS into a single product, and rebrand the resulting product as SUSE Studio Express.Author Mike TurcottePublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement