LinuxInsider: Security questions recently have been raised about Docker, a promising technology for running applications in the cloud.
LinuxJournal: The concept is pretty simple. It's like the top program, but instead of CPU and memory usage, it monitors disk I/O.
softpedia: Krita is considered to be a digital painting application, but it's best described as a raster graphics editor.
Linuxaria: The app can be seen as a professional journal for IT experts, although it can also be used by home users as well.
EveryDayLinux: There are steps for adding and removing panels, adding new items, launchers, replacing the menu with Whisker, adding the Slingscold dash and installing the Cairo Dock
softpedia: The Linux Mint project is using Ubuntu as its base and there is even a branch that's using Debian, but it looks that for the moment it won't be using systemd as the default init system.
tuxarena: PhotoQt is an image viewer written in Qt 5 with a very basic interface, yet many options under the hood, and a fullscreen mode by default.
opensource.com: Setting up and managing cloud infrastructure can have its own set of challenges.
gHacks: Firefox 35 has been pushed to the Stable channel recently by Mozilla and while the majority of users did not notice any incompatibilities or issues, some users noticed that one or multiple of installed browser add-ons stopped working suddenly.
xmodulo: ping is a networking utility used to test the reachability and round-trip time (RTT) delay of a remote host over Internet Protocol (IP).
Phoronix: Collabora has been making improvements to the Tegra-based Chromebooks for running the non-ChromeOS Linux desktop.
LinuxUser&Developer: Most people stick with Raspbian, but is that really the best OS for your Pi? Find out in this six-page super test!
Linus Torvalds: Fairly normal release, although I'd wish that by rc5 we'd have calmed down even further.
webpupd8: Caffeine is a tool used to temporarily prevent the activation of the screensaver / lock screen / sleep mode when using full-screen windows.
ITwire: The general public might have a perception that it’s Windows machines and Android devices that are the world’s malware magnets, but it’s also true that Macs and Linux boxes have malware written for them, too.
ITworld: Apple has always had attractive and stylish hardware, but now it seems that some users are opting to run Linux instead of OS X on their Macbooks.
softpedia: Mozilla has announced that Firefox 36 Beta is now out and ready for testing.
opensource.com: The best way to tackle information overload is to reduce the amount and number of sources of information in your life.