Datamation: I've had a love/hate relationship with GNOME since its early days, from its fledgling beginnings up to its current state as the GNOME 3 desktop we all know today.
Tux Arena: We decided to ask Jaque Raymer, the lead developer of Makulu, a few questions regarding this new, customizable distribution.
Help Net Security: A new WhiteHat Security report takes a deeper look into the security of a number of the most popular programming languages including .Net, Java, ColdFusion, ASP and more.
eWEEK: Red Hat introduces Project Atomic, which enables apps to easily be deployed on containers, as Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 release nears.
Cloud Pro: Box has launched a new initiative dubbed Box Open Source that will see the firm share its own open source engineering tools with the wider community.
OpenSource.com: For animators working with free and open source software, nothing compares to Blender.
eWEEK: The OpenSSL Software Foundation is now asking for money to help fund its efforts. Will it make a difference or is a different model needed?
LinuxPlanet: Lucas Nussbaum successfully ran for re-election as the Debian Project Leader (DPL). In this election, Nussbaum defeated challenger Neil McGovern.
ZDnet: For those times when you absolutely must still run Windows XP, one safer way of doing it is to run XP in a virtual machine using the Oracle VirtualBox hypervisor on Linux Mint.
GamingOneLinux: Sadly Mojang have let us down again, after repeatedly stating their card-based strategy game Scrolls will come to Linux they still have no idea when.
EyeOnLinux: Gender has been in the news quite a lot in recent years with some folks feeling that there technology needs more women involved.
GamingOnLinux: It seems a tweet from Michael Marks the development director at porting house Aspyr Media has been taken out-of-context by another well known Linux website, time to clear things up.
The VAR Guy: Talend and Blue Yonder have partnered on a new solution for streamlining Big Data analytics using SaaS and open source software.
LinuxGizmos: Embedian has launched a 3.5-inch sandwich-style "SMART-MEN" SBC that combines a baseboard with a SMARC COM running Linux or Android on a 1GHz TI AM335x SoC.
ZDnet: People assumed that open source software is somehow magical, that it's immune to ordinary programming mistakes and security blunders. It's not.
eWEEK: Seven years after the failed Red Hat Exchange, a new attempt to sell partner services emerges.
Linus Torvalds: It's been two weeks since 3.14 was released, and -rc1 of 3.15 is now tagged and pushed out
eWEEK: After the short-lived tenure of Brendan Eich, a new interim CEO takes the helm at the open-source browser vendor—Greylock Partners' Chris Beard.
IT Wire: The only reason why Linux needed to support secure boot was for commercial organizations which sell Linux to be able to say that they did support this feature.
ReadWrite: All of this comes down to naked self-interest, of course.