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Y'know CSS was to kill off HTML table layout? Well, second time's a charm: Meet CSS Grid

Sunday 2nd of April 2017 12:00:13 AM
Browser makers unite to make web design great againWith the release of Safari 10.1 this week, four major browsers in the space of a month have implemented support for CSS Grid, an emerging standard for two-dimensional grid layouts in web applications.…

Encrypt Your Email With GPG, Thunderbird, and Enigmail

Saturday 1st of April 2017 10:05:51 PM
Encrypting everything online is becoming more important by the day. Email is no different. For Linux users, the process is actually very simple with three common open source tools; Mozilla Thunderbird, Enigmail, and GNU PGP(GPG.) Through the use of these three tools, you can send and receive encrypted messages easily, and protect yourself and the people you're communicating with from attackers and privacy invasions.

5 of the Best Personal Finance Managers for Linux

Saturday 1st of April 2017 08:11:29 PM
There is certainly no shortage of financial apps available for Linux. Take a look at 5 of the best personal finance managers for Linux to help you keep track of your money.

Top 5: Vi-mode in your shell, Scratch and Logo, and more

Saturday 1st of April 2017 06:17:07 PM
In this week's Top 5, we highlight vi-mode editing, teaching programming with Scratch, command shells, DIY smog sensors in Germany, and how to harness open source powers for humanitarian efforts.Top 5 articles of the week5. Open source job opportunities grow at crisis groupsread more

Teach Scratch Programming with Open Source Books

Saturday 1st of April 2017 04:22:45 PM
Scratch has received many plaudits as an ideal way to introduce kids to computer programming and computational thinking. It’s a fantastic beginner’s language. Scratch is often used to make games, interactive stories, and animations, but it can be used for any purpose. The language helps students to think creatively, reason logically, and work together.

This Week in Open Source News: Cloud Foundry Launches Certification Program, Google Creates Home For Open Source & More

Saturday 1st of April 2017 02:28:23 PM
This week in open source and Linux news, Cloud Foundry releases its new certification program for developers, Google creates a new home-base for its open source initiatives, and more! Read on to stay in the open source loop!

Rugged, open-spec industrial SBC runs Linux on i.MX6

Saturday 1st of April 2017 12:34:01 PM
Technologic’s “TS-7970” SBC runs Linux on an i.MX6, and offers wide power and temp ranges, dual GbE, WiFi, BT, CAN, Modbus, an FPGA, and full schematics. Technologic Systems’ Linux-driven TS-7970 SBC was a long time coming, having been originally announced in June, 2015, but that’s not so surprising for such a complex, feature-rich SBC.

Huawei: Openness Key to Building an All-Cloud Network

Saturday 1st of April 2017 10:39:39 AM
While the networking community is getting ready for Open Networking Summit 2017, we spoke to Bill Ren, Vice President of Huawei Network, Industry & Ecosystem Development, to discuss the role of openness in what Huawei calls the “All-Cloud Network.”

Developer opportunities to code for good

Saturday 1st of April 2017 08:45:17 AM
As I was searching for open source projects that help learners with disabilities, such as blindness or dyslexia, I came across Bookshare. That led me to Bookshare's parent company, Benetech, a technology nonprofit based in Palo Alto, CA which focuses on empowering communities in need.read more

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IPFire 2.19 Now Supports On-Demand IPsec VPNs, Core Update 110 Is Now Available

IPFire's Michael Tremer announced today, April 28, 2017, the release of IPFire 2.19 Core Update 110, a new stable maintenance version of the open-source, Linux-based firewall operating system. Coming two and a half months after the previous point release, IPFire 2.19 Core Update 110 is here to implement support for on-demand IPsec (Internet Protocol Security) VPNs (Virtual Private Networks), which might just come in handy to those who deal with a huge amount of IPsec net-to-net connections on their infrastructures. Read more

Wine 2.7 Has Been Released

Canonical Releases Snapd 2.25 Snappy Daemon for Ubuntu Linux, Here Is What's New

Canonical's Snappy team, through Michael Vogt, announced today, April 28, 2017, the release and immediate availability of the Snapd 2.25 Snappy daemon for all supported Ubuntu Linux OSes, as well as other GNU/Linux distributions. Read more

Ubuntu Devs Work on Rebasing Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) to Linux Kernel 4.11

It looks like the Ubuntu Kernel team is back at work after taking a short break, and they recently published another installation of their bi-weekly newsletter to inform the Ubuntu Linux community about what to expect in the coming weeks. Read more