I-Programmer: On the basis of scanning million of lines of code Coverity has discovered that in 2013, the defect density in open source code was lower than that in proprietary code.
LinuxJournal: I'm talking about ImageMagick, a set of programs that has grown and expanded through the years and now includes powerful Perl and Ruby interfaces too.
Linux.com: The only requirements are that your old computer has USB ports, and that it supports booting from a USB stick.
GamingOnLinux: Circuits is a musical puzzle game that requires careful listening to complete each level.
xmodulo: There are a variety of web server software available for Linux-based platforms including Raspbian.
Datamation: For the Icehouse release, over 120 different organizations contributed to development with 1,202 different developers all contributing code.
eWEEK: A new Long Term Support release of Ubuntu Linux, code-named "Trusty Tahr," arrives just as Microsoft ends support on Windows XP. A Canonical VP believes it's a great alternative to replace XP.
Softpedia: Debian 6 'Squeeze' LTS Period Extended Until February 2016
The VAR Guy: ownCloud has highlighted the scalability and cost-efficiency of its open source cloud storage and syncing platform in conjunction with Red Hat Storage.
Datamation: These are some of the best Linux distributions for former Windows XP users and people who have older PC hardware.
ZDnet: Want to get the most out of Linux Mint, one of the most popular of the Linux desktops? Then read on!
GamingOnLinux: Pixel Piracy already has a Linux version out for a while now, but they have just realised a patch they have been working on for some-time fixing start-up issues for Linux & Mac, yarrr maties, land ahoy!
NetworkWorld: As Red Hat basks in the glory of making more than a billion dollars off a free open source project, some are questioning where the company will go after RHEL.
EyeOnLinux: No Linux desktop, including Unity, has generated more heated arguments than GNOME 3.
ZDnet: Icehouse, the newest version of the leading open source cloud OpenStack, is now ready for users.
Ubuntu Portal: Torrent-video-player is a very simple app that uses vlc media player as player, which allows you to watch streaming videos directly from a torrent video file.
eWEEK: Jim Whitehurst takes aim at Linux rivals and explains that growth is coming from new workloads, not migrations.
ITworld: The top command is one of the most useful commands for getting a quick glimpse into how your Unix server is performing, but stopping there might mean that you're missing out on a lot of interesting options.
InfoWorld: With the release of Ubuntu 14.04 on Thursday, Canonical is attempting to further define how it stands out from enterprise-centric distributions.
ZDNet: Google has launched a Chrome Remote Desktop for mobile, which means Android device owners can now control their desktop machines from afar.