ITworld: There are two ways of running Tumbleweed on your system.
opensource.com: Working directly with hardware is hard.
opensource.com: Health IT has been surprisingly unwilling to deeply support open source software.
VIDEO: Alan Clark, chairman of the board at the OpenStack Foundation, discusses new efforts under way to improve diversity and grow the open-source cloud platform.
VIDEO: Canonical shows off its Orange Match Box appliance that runs Ubuntu's Snappy Linux at the OpenStack Summit.
softpedia: The Ubuntu Kernel Team had a meeting in order to plan the steps that are to be taken by them prior to the migration to the latest upstream Linux kernel packages for the upcoming Ubuntu 15.10
FOSSforce: Perhaps Microsoft isn't making as much noise as usual because it's afraid that if people look too closely, they'll find that its latest and greatest is like an operating system put together at a Goodwill, with parts borrowed from Android, ChromeOS, GNU/Linux and iOS.
HowToForge: OpenVPN is an open source application that allows you to create a private network over the public Internet.
xmodulo: In Ubuntu desktop, its desktop environment settings, including system proxy settings, are stored in DConf database, which is a simple key/value store. If
darkduck: I was the executive editor for Linux.com and Newsforge.com, and after that I edited the SourceForge blog for several months.
softpedia: It appears that this is a bugfix-only release that only promotes the Google Chrome 43 version from the Beta channel to the Stable one
VIDEO: Brian "Redbeard" Harrington, principal architect at CoreOS, discusses the intersection of containers and the cloud.
eWEEK: OpenStack's catalog provides apps in multiple formats, including Murano packages, Glance images and Heat templates. Now firms can find apps in one place.
Datamation: NASA engineer explains how OpenStack is a key part of enabling space exploration.
eWEEK: The integrated release model is dead, being replaced with a new "Big Tent" model. OpenStack's new approach for releases will add a diverse array of projects.
opensource.com: Fritzing is an open source application that allows users to create schematics by selecting parts from a large part library, connecting them, and laying them out on a virtual breadboard.
Since the devastating earthquake in Nepal, there have been responses from all over the world from relief agencies, governments
The VAR Guy: Tensions between the free software/open source community and Apple date back to the 1980s
xmodulo: MongoDB has become the most famous NoSQL database on the market.