linuxinsider.com: Attendees at the sold-out LinuxCon event in Portland got to take a close-up look at some of the latest Linux technologies touted by participating companies.
learningubuntu.com: Entering the world of Ubuntu for the first time is something both exciting and confusing for a new user. That's why I chose ten things which I believe every new user should keep in mind when starting to use Ubuntu.
ericsbinaryworld.com/blog: From the time I started listening to podcasts until about two months ago, I had been using Rhythmbox to manage my podcasts. On Linux Outlaws they kept mentioning how much they loved gPodder.
tuxradar.com: Great first day here at LinuxCon. The highlight was undoubtedly the Roundtable session held earlier this afternoon.
mihaimaga.wordpress: I’m using Linux since 2001 and it still amazes me day by day. After trying Red Hat, Mandrake, Debian, SuSE and many other flavors (yes, I do have a bag full of Linux distros CDs) I have chosen Gentoo as my main focus. It could be any other distribution, but that’s the advantage:
zdnet.com.au: While Ubuntu continues to be the focus of Linux hype and momentum, there is an increasing number of Ubuntu-based distributions appearing as well.
linuxquestions.org: Panel: Bottomley (moderator), Jonathan Corbet, Greg KH, Linus Torvalds, Arjan van de Ven (detained in Holland – NP), Ted T’so and Chris Wright
phoronix.com: Earlier this month at the Red Hat Summit where Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4 was released with support for the Kernel-based Virtual Machine. At this Red Hat event, virtualization -- particularly KVM -- and cloud computing were the most talked about topics. But how is KVM performing these days?
pcworld.com: Leaders in the Linux community seemed resigned to the fact that Linux still hasn't made headway in the desktop market, but they made it clear on Monday that their success in other markets, such as mobile, is at least as important.
linuxfoundation.org/blog-entry: Just after the popular kernel panel roundtable at LinuxCon today, Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin took the stage and announced the time had come to reveal the identities of the Fake Linus Torvalds who had inundated the Linux Foundation's Twitter feed in recent weeks.