Fedora Magazine: Fedora 19 will reach end of life on 2015-01-06, and no further updates will be pushed out after that time.
OMG Ubuntu: I’m sitting on 1TB of Google Drive storage and have 40GB going unused on OneDrive. And yet it’s Dropbox, with my massive 2.5GB allowance, that I rely on daily.
eWEEK: Docker 1.3.3 provides security updates although Red Hat doesn't consider all the issues serious.
Phoronix: Fedora 22 will be released no earlier than next May while the full schedule has yet to be set in stone
MakeUseOf: The king of Linux distributions has come a long way since its inception in 2004, so it’s a good idea to go down memory lane and take a look at the journey it has gone through so far.
softpedia: When people think about Linux, they usually imagine old desktops and terminals running in full screen.
Opensource.com: Despite its importance, the GPLv2 has been the subject of very few court decisions, and virtually all of the most important terms of the GPLv2 have not been interpreted by courts.
FOSSforce: Linux++ will mainly be used by developers who want to get their software projects ready for The Machine, a completely new type of computer which HP hopes to introduce to the large scale server market sometime in 2018.
xmodulo: You may want to block IP addresses on your Linux box under various circumstances.
ZDnet: Doesn't it seem like RHEL 7 just came out the other day
OpenSource.com: The European Commission (EC) wants to make it easier for its software developers to submit patches and add new functionality to open source projects.
ScribblesandSnaps: If digiKam crashes a lot on your machine running Ubuntu 14.04 or any of its derivatives, the most likely culprit is a bug in the SQLite database version 3.8.2.
eWEEK: Python 2.x was supposed to be long gone by now. Instead, it's getting security fixes to keep legacy users current.
LinuxJournal: Containers are very tricky to implement.
LinuxInsider: 4MLinux is a unique mini Linux distribution that tries to be what it is not.
Phoronix: When it comes to real-world usage of Clang, most companies tend to just utilize Clang for now when producing debug builds due to its faster compile times and better diagnostics than GCC
Softpedia: Unity 8 for the Ubuntu desktop is still pretty far from being ready for day-to-day use
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