Phoronix: TrueOS is PC-BSD's new unified brand
HowToForge: If you are on Linux, and are looking for a simple and elegant note taking app, you may want to check out the appropriately named Notes
2daygeek: Currently 146 million websites use NGINX to deliver super-fast web experiences
hackerboards: SeeedStudio's "ESP3212" COM taps Espressif's IoT-focused ESP32 follow-on to the ESP8266 SoC, which uses a faster Tensilica LX6 MCU and adds BLE and sensors.
TechRepublic: Out of the box, Nextcloud servers do not run with server-side encryption.
LinuxJournal: In recent years, a glut of products have been dumped onto the market, all toting options for automated lighting, wireless switches and so on.
Linux.com: The powerhouse Kate text editor has advanced search-and-replace, including support for escape sequences and regular expressions, so you can make complex corrections without leaving your document.
Calamares 2.4.1 is here as a bug fix release that promises to patch a few of the issues there were discovered or reported by users since Calamares 2.4
LinuxPlanet: Porteus Kiosk is as the name implies, a Linux distribution that is designed for web kiosk use-cases.
InternetNews: New plan will see an evolution of the model that makes OpenStack unique
Many companies have created open source program offices, but Google stands out for its open source efforts.
Now you can code the Sense HAT for Raspberry Pi in an emulator in your web browser, without any hardware.
Datamation: The best Linux distros for developers offer advanced work flow, among other sophisticated qualities.
Nixcraft: KVM (Kernel Virtual Machine) does support both live and normal snapshots.
tecmint: In this article we will walk you through the process of setting up an ELK (Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana) stack to collect the system logs sent by two clients, a CentOS 7 and a Debian 8 machines.
FOSSforce: Would you like to use a Raspberry Pi as a topflight security tool?
Git 2.10 is here to add over 150 improvements since the previous stable branch,
World, meet VintOS! What's VintOS? Well, it's upcoming open-source fork of Chromium OS
Phoronix: The long-awaited Mesa point release update to Mesa 12 is now available with a variety of fixes for these open-source graphics drivers.