Linus Torvalds: So you had an extra week to prepare your pull requests, and if you were planning on sending it in the last two days thinking I'd close the merge window on Sunday as usual, I can only laugh derisively in your general direction, and call you bad names.
PC World: It's fast and comprehensive, has a nicer interface than my previous favorite fre:ac, and doesn't attempt to install extra stuff as Freemake's Audio Converter does.
OSTATIC: OpenSUSE 13.1 is getting good reviews, a couple nice advocacy posts appeared, and Linus' father confirms US government intentions are among the topics.
PC World: Facebook has released as open source RocksDB, the embedded data store the company developed to serve content to its 1.2 billion users.
xmodulo: Any system admin working in a service provider network would certainly agree that Cacti is one of the most widely used tools in network management solutions.
ITworld: People who download open source software do not expect to get other applications bundled with them.
Infoworld: Paul Venezia provides an in-depth review of Puppet, Chef, Ansible, and Salt -- four leading configuration management and orchestration tools, each of which takes a different path to server automation
Datamation: How to introduce Linux to your little kid
Network World: With my daughter nearing 3 years old, the topic of "how best to introduce a young kid to computers" has been on my mind a great deal
Softpedia: GVFS, the virtual filesystem for the GNOME desktop environment is designed to allow users to easily access remote data via FTP, SFTP, SMB, WebDAV, as well as local data via MTP, OBEX, or Udev integration
LinuxGizmos: Close on the heels of the revelation that Samsung's NX300M camera runs Tizen, this week saw an announcement by Nexcom of a developer-focused, Intel Atom-based automotive computer called the VTC 1010-IVI
Open Source Insider: Hortonworks is down at the watering hole, blowing its trumpet and enjoying a period of positive development.
CIO.com: Facebook has released RocksDB -- an embeddable, persistent key-value store for fast storage -- to the open source community. The embedded database is intended to support applications that need low-latency database accesses.
Muktware: If we look at the core openSUSE experience everything is extremely easy whether it’s setting up network, configuring printer, installing or managing apps or customizing the OS to your liking.
Tom's Hardware: According to the latest rumors, the gaming giant is experimenting with an Android tablet for the educational market.
LinuxGizmos: Really Simple Software has begun accepting pre-orders for the second generation of its Linux-powered networked DVR.
Softpedia: Dear Mageia users, the time has come to say goodbye to the Mageia 2 Linux operating system.
LinuxBSDos: Unlike the TOP500 List, which lists 500 of the worlds fastest supercomputers, the Green500 List lists the most energy-efficient supercomputers that made the TOP500 List.
Red Hat's new enterprise Linux release debuts with new security, virtualization and time-keeping features.
OpenSource.com: Robert Coleburn, a Technology Librarian (and systems administrator) at Fletcher Free Library, jumped at the opportunity to partner with Code for Burlington, a Code for America brigade.