EveryDayLinuxUser: Puppy Tahr proves that you can teach an old dog new tricks.
GamingOnLinux: Last month, hundreds of developers from around the world came together to challenge themselves to make first person games in seven days for the 7DFPS game jam.
InternetNews: From the 'Hello Firefox What's New?' files:
The Geek Stuff: Logstash is an open source central log file management application.
Webupd8: With this release, the project was renamed to Ubuntu Make, based on name proposals from the community.
softpedia: A new set of NVIDIA Linux drivers has been released and this time they are for the long-lived branch, which makes them perfect candidates to be added in the official repositories.
LinuxGizmos: Intel introduced a new IoT "end-to-end reference model" that includes a Linux-ready edge management platform, security, services, and ecosystem partners.
softpedia: Go Linux!
eWEEK: A new approach for enabling a highly secured and optimized host for container deployment enters public beta.
Enterprise Apps Today: Developer behind the popular open source Vagrant tool expands with new commercial product and the money to move it forward.
One of the main focus areas of this Qt release has been around Web technologies and we have a lot of cool new things to offer there.
Phoronix: With this week's launch of Fedora 21, here's a performance comparison of the new Fedora Linux release compared to the Arch-based Antergos rolling-release distribution, Debian GNU/Linux Jessie, openSUSE Tumbleweed, CentOS Linux 7, and Ubuntu 14.10.
ZDnet: To make more efficient use of datacenters and cloud hardware, Ubuntu is creating a new, ultra-lightweight Ubuntu server.
FOSSforce: There's one thing that's missing from Fedora 21 that I find rather disheartening. Namely, Fedora 21 is missing a release name.
Datamation: Forget the headlines. It's the everyday Linux apps that make free and open source software something to celebrate.
opensource.com: CEO Jim Whitehurst of Red Hat, an open source software company, gives a casual talk that turns inspirational to a group of open source enthusiasts.
softpedia: Linux has seen a lot of changes during 2014 and many users are saying that this was finally the year that really showed some real progress, but has it been enough to call it "the year of Linux desktop"?
xmodulo: rsyslog is an open source utility widely used on Linux systems to forward or receive log messages via TCP/UDP protocols.
LinuxGizmos: Hardkernel's $35 "Odroid-C1" hacker SBC runs Android or Ubuntu on a 1.5GHz quad-core Amlogic SoC, and boasts 1GB RAM plus quasi-RPi-compatible 40-pin expansion
ITworld: Fedora 21 is a must-try distro for not only Gnome fans but also for anyone interested in a serious Linux distribution.