## Current situation https://build.suse.de/project/show/home:okurz:BCI shows an attempt to build a SUSE BCI based openQA container. So far dependencies can not be fully resolved. https://build.suse.de/project/show/home:okurz:BCI:deps links the at least necessary dependencies from SUSE:Factory:Head and more dependencies are needed and can be deduced from the "unresolvable" messages. ## Open Points https://build.suse.de/project/show/home:okurz:BCI:deps shows currently 105 packages and still many dependencies missing for a full development environment. So I see the following open points: 1. We have multiple containers in the scope of openQA on https://registry.opensuse.org/cgi-bin/cooverview?srch_term=project%3D%5Edevel%3AopenQA+container%3D.* . What would be the benefit to submit to https://build.opensuse.org/project/show/SUSE:ALP:Workloads for containers that can already be pulled from a path like registry.opensuse.org/devel/openqa/containers/openqa-single-instance:latest? 2. What's the benefit to build based on SLE BCI instead of openSUSE Tumbleweed? 3. If we should continue with the approach as visible in https://build.suse.de/project/show/home:okurz:BCI:deps, what is the way forward? Brute-force submit all those missing dependencies into SLE until all openQA derived packages can be built?