The LibreOffice project is one of the biggest open source endeavours in the world and The Document Foundation announced that there are now more than 1000 developers working on the office suite.
ITworld: Just how bad is Linux Mint as a desktop distribution?
OpenSource.com: How Kendell Clark contributes to improving accessibility in Linux and open source.
LinuxandUbuntu: While connecting to an encrypted wireless network, there was not any automatic prompt for password.
tecmint: Apache continues to be the most widely used web server among sites and Internet-facing computers.
NetworkWorld: In a very general and somewhat nebulous way, open-source software is on the rise.
LinuxBSDos: Like the main edition of Fedora and other Spins, Fedora 23 Xfce uses the Anaconda installer
FOSSforce: A clear majority of FOSS folks are okay with "letting Linus be Linus," and having the chips fall where they may
softpedia: Powered by the long-term supported, real-time Linux 4.1.12 kernel, Studio 13.37 2.3 adds support for the brand-new Line 6 audio devices
Linus Torvalds: Things are looking fairly normal in 4.4-land, with no huge surprises in rc2.
eWEEK: At the the DockerCon EU conference in Barcelona, Spain, held Nov. 16-17, developers, users and vendors from around the world gathered to not only learn more about Docker, but to also demonstrate new technologies and talk about what's next.
VIDEO: ClusterHQ CEO Mark Davis discusses the Docker storage opportunity and how his company's open-source Flocker technology fits in.
ServerWatch: Mirantis first publicly released the FUEL library as an open-source effort in March of 2013. Now the FUEL effort has been formally approved by the OpenStack Foundation to be included under what is known as the 'Big Tent' model.
The Kodi media center is preparing for another major upgrade, and its developers have just pushed a new Beta version for the 16.0 branch out the door.
softpedia: The episode is called "Avatar Reimagined," and, as you might have already guessed, it tries to show us a world without Linux
LinuxGizmos: D-Link's Linux-powered, WiFi-enabled Komfy Switch with Camera also includes a cloud service, sensors for temperature, humidity, and CO2, and IFTT support.
LinuxLinks: To provide an insight into the quality of software available for Linux, I introduce 4 excellent open source command line Twitter clients.
scribblesandsnapes: Normally, you can't use a camera without a hot shoe with an external flash unit.
tecmint: I am aware that when these so-called dislikes are considered in the light of experience, they become the actual strengths of Linux.