Linux.com: The Git version control system is pretty nice, a useful evolution from Subversion, CVS, and other older version control systems.
Phoronix: At SUSECon 2015 in Amsterdam today, they posted the parody video embedded below of Uptown Funk, which they have called Uptime Funk.
tecmint: Play that funky music Linux
ITwire: What happens to the SUSE-Microsoft deal?
LinuxPhile: October is a content management system (CMS) based on the Laravel framework.
LinuxGizmos: Wind River unveiled a "Helix Cloud" platform for IoT development and management
ITworld: The openSUSE codebase is way too diverged from the SUSE codebase. But that's changing.
opensource.com: Learn how three tests can help you improve the readability of your documentation.
eWEEK: The fourth update for Android—since Google started monthly updates after the Stagefright flaw was discovered—is out and fixes seven vulnerabilities.
ITbusinessEdge: A new technology on the rise unikernels holds great promise for the next generation of cloud infrastructure.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Juniper embraces Linux and containers to disaggregate its Junos networking firmware.
techrights: Informed (GNU/Linux-centric) journalists who looked beyond the misleading press releases and the distracting marketing campaign have managed to find out and highlight the patent issues associated with the Red Hat-Microsoft deal
softpedia: Canonical has invested a lot of time and resources in the new Snappy packages
tecmint: The Fedora Project released Fedora 23 Server edition on 11.03.2015 and it comes with some cool new features that will make you easily manage your server
eWEEK: Two erstwhile rivals come to a patent agreement in a move to help customers embrace the hybrid cloud.
Datamation: IT salary levels for 2016 reflect the scarcity of top tech talent, causing IT salary levels to move higher.
Unixmen: Before we proceed to look at OpenSUSE 42.1 Leap, it's important we understand what it is. The current OpenSUSE version is 13.2
EnterprisersProject: Removing barriers to DevOps may include getting external outsourcers and systems integrators more involved.
Nixcraft: In Linux and UNIX, services are configured using various text files, in the /etc/ directory trees.