FOSSforce: The recent purchase of a Chromebook for my son got me thinking about a new opportunity for Linux on the desktop.
betanews: Korora is dessentially a "remixed" Fedora, which makes it better for beginners by including things -- repositories, codecs, proprietary software -- that are not normally included
OMGUbuntu: The second beta release of elementary OS ‘Freya’ is now available for download, and arrives some six months after the first beta was released to much excitement.
UbuntuGeek: Linux Dash's interface provides a detailed overview of all vital aspects of your server
BinaryTides: The Gnome Flashback desktop environment is a simple and great way to get back the old style classical desktop if you do not like Unity desktop, like many.
LinuxGizmos: Merrii announced a high end, Android- and Linux-ready "H88 Hummingbird" SBC based on the octa-core Cortex-A15/-A7 Allwinner A80 SoC.
NetworkWorld: We tested four open source network monitoring products: Cacti, Icinga, Zabbix and Observium.
LinuxPlanet: Memory is a big winner in Linux 3.19 thanks to the inclusion of lockless page counter, in a code commit made by Linus Torvalds, and authored by developer Johannes Weiner.
eWEEK: The "age of Aquaris" is now here as a long-awaited Linux mobile device becomes reality with the BQ Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu Edition smartphone.
LinuxBSDos: An installation of the Cinnamon desktop, which shipped with Cinnamon 2.2, was especially bad
opensource.com: The number of free and open source designs grows as thousands of people download the files, but it can be difficult to quantify the value of the result.
softpedia: The Manjaro community released the LXQt edition of the acclaimed Arch Linux-based computer operating system.
Linux.com: The faster SoC also means the Pi can join most other hacker SBCs in running Android, right?
node: We are excited to announce the availability of Node.js v0.12! It has been a long process, and we want to thank contributors and all of the community who waited patiently for this event.
Phoronix: Richard Stallman has come out against support for basic LLVM debugger (LLDB) support within Emacs' Gud.el as he equates it to an attack on GNU packages.
Unixmen: openQRM is a web-based open source Cloud computing and datacenter management platform that integrates flexibly with existing components in enterprise data centers.
The Geek Stuff: Sometimes you might have access to an open source application source code but might not have the RPM file to install it on your system.
TechWeekEurope: CloudStack was initially created in 2008 by a startup called VMOps.