eWEEK: VIDEO: Mark McLoughlin, OpenStack technical director at Red Hat, discusses what the new 'Big Tent' approach will mean for OpenStack distributions.
ZDnet: Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Canonical and Ubuntu Linux, revealed that he's considering taking the company public.
ITworld: A reddit discussion that focused on things about Linux that most users don't know has gotten tons of responses, and some of them are quite interesting and informative.
ZDnet: Forrester still worries about OpenStack in the enterprise.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: VIDEO: Henrik Rosendahl, CEO of Akanada discusses his company's open-source SDN efforts for OpenStack
VIDEO: Lew Tucker, vice president and CTO of cloud computing at Cisco, discusses his firm's OpenStack efforts, internally and with customers.
Datamation: HP reports its second quarter fiscal 2015 results as the company continues to prepare for its big separation.
Fedora Magazine: That’s right — the bits are heading out the door
Make Use Off: Open source development is the future of software.
el Reg: Inkscape recently released version 0.91 of their eponymous open source vector graphics application.
Network World: Some seemingly harmless comments on the state of the open source community were met with debate.
ItRunsOnLinux: Google is working on technology that could run on low-powered devices, called Brillo.
UbuntuServerGuide: Prestashop is an free and open source shopping cart which has many features that make it compatible with any web server
HowToForge: PPAs or Personal Package Archives are basically software repositories that are used by Ubuntu systems for updating/upgrading activities.
HowToForge: SSH access to servers is always critical and you might want to find ways to improve the security of your SSH login.
Datamation: Your choice of desktop environments may come down to design philosophy.
Enterprisersproject: Technology and enterprise IT are going through dramatic and rapid changes.
CrossOver 14.1.3 has important bug fixes for both Mac and Linux users.
FOSSforce: If you believe what you read, which isn't always a good idea, Nadella & Company is good with the fact that Windows' market share is shrinking and the company is more than willing to share market space with others, like OS X, Chrome OS, and presumably Linux.