Linux Planet: security wins.
ZDnet: Microsoft's love affair with Linux continues
softpedia: The MP3 decoding patent in one those things that seems pretty harmless and present in pretty much any device around us, but it's actually something that generates ton of money per unit for Fraunhofer and Thompson.
eWEEK: While HashiCorp is positioning Otto as Vagrant's successor, Vagrant isn't going away.
Enterprise Apps Today: Acquia raises $55 million as it prepares for release of Drupal 8.
The New Stack: IO Visor was recently announced as a Linux Foundation collaborative project during LinuxCon Seattle.
Linux.com: Pivotal HAWQ is essentially is a Hadoop-native advanced SQL analytics database.
LinuxInsider: LibreOffice 5.0, The Document Foundation's latest open source office suite, deserves to top the list of contenders for best performance in this category.
Phoronix: Long story short, all of my initial Intel Skylake Linux testing has been done with the MSI Z170A GAMING PRO motherboard, which has been working out well.
With this release we have focused our efforts, bringing more attention to the common core requirements of Manjaro's broad user-base.
tecmint: Mutt is a command line based Email client.
The Pinguy OS developers have just announced the release of a brand-new tool that many of you out there will love
OpenSource.com: Google Summer of Code is an initiative that connects talented college computer programming students worldwide to open source programming projects, allowing them to grow their programming skills while contributing to open source.
Fedora Magazine: Behind the scenes, there’s quite a lot of work done before the updated package reaches the end user.
Bits Up: The Google transport networking crew (QUIC, TCP, etc..) deserve a shout out for identifying and fixing a nearly decade old Linux kernel TCP bug that I think will have an outsized impact on performance and efficiency for the Internet.
Developer.com: Container technology is a way to create a virtual environment by using an isolated process on a host computer.
TechRepublic: The last stable release of Ubuntu is about to arrive. What does Wily Werewolf have to offer before Ubuntu finally makes the shift to Unity 8/Mir?
CIO.com: An open-source storage engine called Kudu could soon be on the way from Cloudera, offering a new alternative for companies with big data stores to manage.
Linus Torvalds: So as usual, rc3 is actually bigger than rc2 (fixes are starting to trickle in), but nothing particularly alarming stands out.