LinuxJournal: Pinta isn't exactly a Paint.NET clone, but it looks and functions very much like the Windows-only image editor.
Phoronix: Linux 4.4 is currently around 20.8 million lines or an increase of about 200 thousand lines of code/documentation and a few hundred new files after Linus accepted around 12,000 commits for this merge window.
Linus Torvalds: Go out and test.
What is seen on your display and what the image should look like can be two quite different things.
LinuxGizmos: At ARM TechCon this week, ARM unveiled its most power-efficient 64-bit processor to date: the ARMv8-A based "Cortex-A35," aimed at mobile and embedded apps.
Brian Proffitt outlines the basic steps needed to record a screencast presentation on a Fedora or other Enterprise Linux 6/7 machine and provides instructions on how to edit a raw screencast into a final, polished video.
opensource.com: Explore the top seven open source terminal emulators for Linux,
ITworld: Chromebooks have long been big sellers on Amazon, and so have their desktop counterparts Chromeboxes.
ITworld: Chromebooks have been red hot sellers on Amazon for some time now.
LinuxandUbuntu: dual boot tips and tricks
FOSSforce: Reading the post, you might be excused for thinking it's not all wine and roses over in Debian-land.
eWEEK: Most users don't know if there are vulnerable components inside of containers; Clair will help solve part of that challenge.
ServerWatch: At some point, applications, whether they run on containers or otherwise, need to run on physical hardware.
For this release, the Linux AIO team included the Ubuntu 15.10, Kubuntu 15.10, Xubuntu 15.10, Lubuntu 15.10, Ubuntu MATE 15.10, and Ubuntu GNOME 15.10 edition
EnterprisersProject: CIOs must transform their business with technology in 2016.
HowToForge: Do you like to use Bitcoin on Linux?
ITworld: Why worry about the desktop when you've conquered everything else?
UbuntuGeek: This tutorial explains how to install and configure DNS server using Bind9