The openSUSEtv channel contains videos for and by the openSUSE community. These are educational screencasts, talks and presentations given at events and anything in between :-)
Jason Douglas gives a demonstration of Archipel, a "GUI" interface to virtual machines that uses XMPP to interact with the virtual host via a "chat".
This is David's followup presentation of what he set out to accomplish during hack week. The Crash Debugger is really cool (although you don't get to see it in this lightning talk) and is completely helpful for reading crash dumps remotely and on varying hardware. As you can hear at the end, this will be wildly popular with Support.
Raine Curtis shows off some slick snapshot features he added to libvirt virtualization, from Hack Week 9 at SUSE.
John Jolly shares a brief description of his Hack Week 9 project, PAR2 filesystem using fuse. After his expansive collection of videos was destroyed due to the failure of his home ext4 filestystem, John has been decided to explore the possibilities of PAR2.
This video introduces you to the openSUSE Linux 12.3 desktop, KDE Plasma Desktop. It will show you some of the possibilities of your brand new openSUSE system to get you started. Awesome video contributed by Cameron Wiebe, see https://plus.google.com/106015123773137519616/posts and cameronwiebe.com