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mylinuxrig.com: A reader suggested Matt as an interview subject and I couldn’t believe I hadn’t reached out to him sooner. I’m most familiar with Matt’s work from Linux Action Show, but as you can see, he has his hands in a lot of projects.
linuxuser.co.uk: Jon Masters describes some of the features coming in Linux 3.10, and summarises the past month of activity in the Linux kernel community
xmodulo.com: While many folks regularly use Debian operating system as end-users, system admins or developers, you may not know the interesting history and facts behind Debian itself.
linuxinsider.com (blog safari): As desktop Linux's popularity grows, so, too, do concerns about viruses and malware. "Malware will come to target consumers on Linux," said blogger Chris Travers. "When it does, we will need to address the challenges it poses.
Welcome to this year's 33rd issue of DistroWatch Weekly! What makes a graphical interface good? That's a question that has seen many answers over the years and solutions have taken many forms. In this issue of DistroWatch Weekly we will hear from projects and commentators who offer answers to these difficult interface questions. In an interview, the elementary OS team talks about how they want to empower users and a review of the latest version of FreeNAS offers some further suggestions for interface behaviour.
zdnet.com: Linux is largely written today by programmers working for large companies, but, keeping in touch with its roots, the Linux Foundation is offering travel expenses to the next Linux Kernel Summit for Linux kernel hobbyist programmers.
techrepublic.com: Jack Wallen takes a look at the Hand of Thief trojan and what it means for the Linux community.
eweek.com: There is no single such entity as THE Linux Desktop. The Linux desktop ecosystem is diverse, with multiple options and choices to suit different user needs and user preferences. Open-source Linux desktops can also be vendor-agnostic and can be deployed across any number of different Linux operating system distributions.
marcelgommans.wordpress: I have picked up a new hobby: Checking out less popular distributions to see what they add to the Linux landscape.