LinuxTechi: Apache Subversion is also known as SVN, is an open source versioning & revision controlling program which helps in storing the present and past historic file versions like documents, source codes and web pages.
opensource.com: From Google to The White House, everyone is on GitHub.
Microsoft Reportedly Uses Patent Blackmail Against Android to Force Samsung to Spread Microsoft Spyware
TechRights: Microsoft is reportedly pressuring Samsung, by means of expensive patent lawsuits, to turn Android into “Microsoft Android”
xmodulo: Some of us have our hard drives at home or on a VPS encrypted by Linux Unified Key Setup (LUKS) for security reasons, and these drives can quickly grow to tens or hundreds of GBs in size.
softpedia: The new elementary OS 0.3 Beta 2 has been launched, but it looks like the people are focusing on a different aspect of this release.
tecmint: How to install and use Varnish as a front-end to Apache or Nginx in order to cache HTTP responses faster and without placing further load on the web server.
The m0n0wall project has officially ended. No development will be done anymore, and there will be no further releases.
Business Insider: "Devops is all about how do things faster," Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst said.
ITworld: It was just a little while ago that the Linux world was shocked to find that CrunchBang Linux had died.
MakeUseOf: There’s so much you can do with an Ubuntu installation.
LinuxPlanet: Back in November of 2013, when the Linux 3.12 kernel was released, Linus Torvalds first began to talk about about Linux 4.0
adafruit: FMBerry is a piece of software that allows you to transmit FM radio with your Raspberry Pi.
Phoronix: Paolo Bonzini has sent in the KVM pull request for the Linux 3.20 kernel and it includes some interesting changes and features for this important piece of the open-source Linux virtualization stack.
softpedia: Mozilla Firefox 36.0 will also have a number of HTML5 improvements
EveryDayLinux: If you are new to Linux then choosing the right distribution isn't easy.
ITwire: With the growing adoption of systemd, dissatisfaction with Linux has reached proportions not seen in recent years, to the extent that people have started talking of switching to FreeBSD
tecmint: Brtfs will support maximum up-to 16 exbibyte and filesize can be maximum up-to 8 exbibyte, due to limitation of kernel.
Enterprisers Project: The security landscape is becoming unrecognizable compared to only a few years ago.