opensource.com: From court battles to the FTC's patent assertion study, it was an interesting year for open source law.
The VAR Guy: OPNFV, the open source software-defined networking and network-functions virtualization project, said development of both code and community will be its focus for 2015.
softpedia: It looks like the 3.20 branch is about to receive a very interesting patch that should really shake things up
tecmint: VMware Workstation 11 is a popular software which allows you to run multiple different virtual machines.
scripplesandsnaps: The perspective adjustment tool in digiKam is indispensable for editing architectural shots.
xmodulo: An Apache HTTP server in production environments can be under attack in various different ways.
xbmc: To begin, Kodi has been updated to use FFmpeg 2.4.4
MakeTechEasier: Check out Budgie! It’s a fairly new desktop environment based on Gnome 3! It’s a beautiful piece of software created by the Evolve OS project.
Dice: So you’ve worked on an open-source project, and you want to place that experience on your resume in order to move your career forward.
eWEEK VIDEO: Saar Gillai, SVP and general manager of NFV at HP, discusses the opportunities and the challenges of cloud deployment.
Noobslab: Libra is one of the best theme derived from flattastic theme suite.
El Reg: Choh. Just as they sort the desktop out, bloody PCs disappear
ITworld: CentOS 7 has carved out a niche as the free and open alter ego to Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).
WPtavern: One of the most important updates in VVV 1.2 is the addition of a license.
Phoronix: The merge window is closed and 3.19-rc1 was released on Saturday, marking the end of new mainline Linux kernel features for 2014.
LinuxInsider: The Open Invention Network was created in 2005 as a white hat organization to protect Linux from license assaults.
InfoWorld: Want an open source project to be the best it can be? Volunteer your time and become a tester
xmodulo: SSH provides a number of desirable features such as authentication, encryption, data integrity, authorization, and forwarding/tunneling.
The VAR Guy: Tesora and Mirantis have partnered to certify the interoperability of their respective OpenStack open source cloud computing distributions and tools.