ZDnet: Almost all supercomputers run on Linux.
LinuxVoice: With the Gnome desktop now going from strength to strength, the role of the Foundation has never been more important.
MakeUseOf: Whenever there’s any mention of audio recording or editing, Audacity is always the first suggested piece of software
The journalctl command lets you interact with the journal.
More than 780 contributors have made over 30,000 commits to the project's 22 repositories, since Go was first created six years ago.
Fedora Magazine: IRC (Internet Relay Chat) is an online chat protocol that has existed since 1988.
NetworkWorld: Graylog is an open-source log management tool
HowToForge: GIMP is great and I use it all the time, but when it comes to batch image processing on Linux, nothing is more handy and simple to use than XnConvert.
The VAR Guy: Tesora's implementation of the open source Trove DBaaS platform for the OpenStack cloud has gained new database support
opensource.com: Seth Kenlon explains how to implement one of the oldest VFX techniques in open source video editor Kdenlive.
Firefox is now available in Apple's App Store, but it's not quite the same Firefox that exists anywhere else.
Phoronix: PHP 7.0 RC7 was released today rather than the official release.
FOSSforce: This news isn't surprising, nor is it cause for alarm.
Twistlock's new offering is designed to go beyond best practices configuration for container security to provide improved runtime security.
softpedia: Ubuntu Make 15.11.1 adds support for the Netbeans IDE (Integrated Development Environment) software
ComputerWorld: It depends on context. In the world of software development, he's what passes for normal.
Enterprise Networking Planet: Henrik Rosendahl, CEO of Akanada discusses his firm's OpenStack networking efforts and how he's helping to bring Nginx to the cloud.
softpedia: Users will be able to install any package from the upstream Ubuntu 15.10 (Wily Werewolf) repositories in Quirky 7.3, which is currently powered by Linux kernel 4.2.5.
eWEEK: Mickos discusses why he's excited about the security industry and how lessons learned in open source will help.