Linus Torvalds: The 4.3 release cycle continues to be fairly smooth - knock wood.
TechRepublic: Another Linux kernel developer has left, citing a toxic environment. Jack Wallen proposes the type of motivation used by the kernel devs could unmake a very precious commodity.
LinuxJournal: IBM announced the latest of its Power Systems line of high-end servers. These are the Power Systems S812LC, the Power Systems S822LC (for commercial computing) and the high-performance Power Systems S822LC. All of them are custom-built for Linux.
ZDnet: I have installed (or at least tried to install) the new release of this tightly-focused distribution. Here are the mixed results.
HowToForge: Sweet Home 3D is an open source interior design application that allows people to draw a layout of their home
el Reg: Wily Werewolf 'transforms' into similar creature WITH NEW SCROLLBARS
webupd8: PinguyBuilder is a script which allows creating a customized Live CD/Live USB (remaster) of Ubuntu or Linux Mint, that can be used either as a distributable ISO or as a backup.
MakeUseOf: Epiphany browser provides tools to seamlessly integrate web apps into the desktop as well as make the web app experience more enjoyable.
This guide shows the steps taken to turn an older Windows Vista computer into a fully functioning Linux box designed to look and act like Windows and with all the software a Windows user would need.
eSecurityPlanet: Amazon and Google, two of the biggest cloud players, roll out new services in a bid to help cloud users be safer. (all Linux powered too!)
ServerWatch: "Where I live there are no buses," Torvalds said.
softpedia: While the openSUSE Leap 42.1 Gold Master will be internally available at the end of the month, the rest of the world will be able to update to the final release in the first week of November 2015, if everything goes according to plan.
LinuxGizmos: Linksys has launched a "WRT1900ACS" router that updates the AC version with a faster dual-core, 1.6GHz SoC, twice the RAM (at 512MB), and OpenWrt support.
ZDnet: But the famed Linux developer is putting his security work into his own Linux tree without Linus Torvalds' approval.
HowToForge: It is often the case that we want to split a one-piece audio recording into smaller files.
ZDnet: One reason why Linux weathered patent attacks and trolls to become today's dominant server and cloud operating system is because the Open Invention Network united its supporters into a strong patent consortium
The VAR Guy: Protecode, which specializes in open source code management services, has published an infographic that details trends in open source programming and development.
ITworld: Unable to find existing open source glucose monitoring and tracking apps or tools, he set out to create his own
The Python Software Foundation's (PSF) Director Carol Willing will be mentoring coders for OpenHatch and the Systers' Volunteer Management System.