opensource.com: How does OpenStack merge over 900 documentation changes in less than three months?
softpedia: Valve has recently announced that it's working on a new SteamOS based on the latest Debian 8 branc
ZDnet: For years, Canonical and Ubuntu have been accused of playing fast and loose with Linux-related licenses.
LinuxInsider: Mangaka is a not-so-traditional Linux distro with a gorgeous look.
LinuxVoice: Perl 6 has been 15 years in the making, and is now due to be released at the end of this year. We speak to its creator to find out what’s going on.
Geeky Gadgets: The PiDrive expansion card has been created to eliminate the need for external hard drives and additional cables, transforming the Raspberry Pi system into a truly portable large capacity storage option.
OStatic: Dick Hardt has an innovative Docker-related project on Kickstarter for a “desktop container computer.”
Linux-Magazine: Marketing to FOSS is radically different from general ads to consumers or to other businesses.
NoobsLab: Krita is a KDE program for sketching and painting
ItRunsOnLinux: Version 4.2.3 is the latest stable release of Samba and is available for download.
Data Center Knowledge: Now that 64-bit ARM processors are starting to generate some interest inside the data center, providers of Linux distributions like Suse are starting to get in line.
ServerWatch: Zend, the PHP company, is updating its namesake PHP application server to version 8.5 providing new features and performance for users.
MakeTechEasier: Open Broadcaster, a professional grade streaming software, is finally available on Linux. With it you can broadcast to many different streaming services with many different types of video and audio effects.
TechRepublic: Enterprise buying decisions are fueled by marketing messages, but open source offers a clearer path to truth.
Datamation: Joe Arnold, founder of OpenStack storage vendor SwiftStack discusses where his company is at now, and where it's headed in the future.
LinuxGizmos: Hardkernel unveiled a $74, open-spec "Odroid-XU4" SBC equipped with an octacore Exynos5422 SoC, 2GB RAM, eMMC flash, a GbE port, and dual expansion headers.
FOSSforce: For years, even in 2015, web tutorials, college textbooks and lab simulators have all been teaching the traditional networking utilities, such as arp, ifconfig, netstat and route.
ZDnet: The latest Top500 list of supercomputers is out and Linux, as ever, is the top pick for the world's fastest computers.
opensource.com: A few key principles of an open organization and how companies can put it into practice.
tecmint: Zabbix is an Open Source, high-level enterprise software designed to monitor and keep track of networks, servers and applications in real time.