LinuxInsider: Systemd is a topic that's been discussed in heated terms many times before,
Datamation: In a video interview, Solomon Hykes details his view on why a foundation for Docker isn't in the cards.
ITworld: The Linux job market is very hot right now, particularly for those with system administration skills.
OpenSource.com: There are many solved problems in open source.
The VAR Guy: OpenStack vendor Mirantis says VMware's OpenStack distribution does not assure openness or avoid vendor lock-in, but do VMware and Mirantis need each other more than they don't?
softpedia: One of the most common expressions that you will hear in the Linux community is platform fragmentation,
xmodulo: Many sysadmins still manage and troubleshoot various network configurations by using a combination of ifconfig, route, arp and netstat command-line tools, collectively known as net-tools.
FOSSforce: Yep, the Raspberry Pi queen and ruler of all she surveys in the realm of Red Hat's Open Source and Standards group, Ruth has joined the list of keynoters for the October event in Columbus.
ITworld: The mtr tool -- "my traceroute", originally "Matt's traceroute" for the guy that first developed it (Matt Kimball in 1997) -- is in some ways like a combination of traceroute and ping and it provides a lot more data than the two of these commands combined.
LinuxGizmos: The Open WebOS mobile Linux operating system has been renamed "LuneOS," and is available in an "Affogato" release supporting HP's TouchPad and LG's Nexus 4.
LinuxBSDos: To the critics, all those capabilities are exactly the problem with systemd.
The VAR Guy: Centrify Express, which joins Linux, Mac OS X and other Unix computers to Microsoft Windows Active Directory domains, will now cap the number of systems with which it can operate.
eWEEK: Fedora Project Leader Matthew Miller discusses the current activities and direction for Red Hat's community Linux project.
net-security: Akamai Technologies is alerting enterprises to a high-risk threat of IptabLes and IptabLex infections on Linux systems.
softpedia: Canonical is looking to befriend the Android developers by becoming the development platform of choice.
LinuxBSDos: GhostBSD is a desktop distribution that's based on FreeBSD.
EveryDayLinuxUser: Here are answers to the 10 most frequently asked questions via Google's search engine
LinuxGizmos: Minix is prepping a sub-$150 "Neo Z64" mini-PC running Android 4.4 on a quad-core Intel Atom Z3735F and featuring WiFi, Bluetooth, IR, Ethernet, and USB connectivity.
ITworld: These five apps are a good way to get started with Android Wear.
GamingOnLinux: Borderlands 2 is now showing signs of coming over to Linux anyway.