Short bio: Computer Scientist, FOSS supporter (read more)
Tux Machines (TM)-specific
InternetNews: "Bold steps are needed now to protect our fundamental rights to privacy and freedom of opinion and association online."
ZDNet: Red Hat's newest update for its flagship enterprise Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5, is ready to go.
Help Net Security: Security Innovation announced the availability of NTRU crypto for free use in open source software.
CNet: Apple's A7 chips will feel some 64-bit heat from Intel and Android next year.
OpenSource.com: What if you have an idea, just not the skills to see it come to fruition?
Softpedia: Immediately after the release of GLib 2.39.1 unstable version, the GNOME development team unveiled the second maintenance release of the stable GLib 2.38 library software.
Linoxide: Simplified deployment means no worries about potentially complex OS compatibility issues, library dependencies or undesirable interactions with other applications.
Tecmint: This article describes how to monitor Windows machines "private" services such as CPU load, Disk usage, Memory usage, Services, etc.
Xmodulo: In this tutorial, I will describe how to convert a video file to an animated GIF image on Linux.
eWEEK: Hundreds of millions of users around the world freely benefit from Mozilla technologies, including Mozilla's open-source Firefox Web browser, but that doesn't mean Mozilla isn't making any money.
Linus Torvalds: So you had an extra week to prepare your pull requests, and if you were planning on sending it in the last two days thinking I'd close the merge window on Sunday as usual, I can only laugh derisively in your general direction, and call you bad names.
PC World: It's fast and comprehensive, has a nicer interface than my previous favorite fre:ac, and doesn't attempt to install extra stuff as Freemake's Audio Converter does.
OSTATIC: OpenSUSE 13.1 is getting good reviews, a couple nice advocacy posts appeared, and Linus' father confirms US government intentions are among the topics.
PC World: Facebook has released as open source RocksDB, the embedded data store the company developed to serve content to its 1.2 billion users.
xmodulo: Any system admin working in a service provider network would certainly agree that Cacti is one of the most widely used tools in network management solutions.
ITworld: People who download open source software do not expect to get other applications bundled with them.
Infoworld: Paul Venezia provides an in-depth review of Puppet, Chef, Ansible, and Salt -- four leading configuration management and orchestration tools, each of which takes a different path to server automation
Datamation: How to introduce Linux to your little kid
Network World: With my daughter nearing 3 years old, the topic of "how best to introduce a young kid to computers" has been on my mind a great deal
Softpedia: GVFS, the virtual filesystem for the GNOME desktop environment is designed to allow users to easily access remote data via FTP, SFTP, SMB, WebDAV, as well as local data via MTP, OBEX, or Udev integration