LinuxJournal: OpenGL is a well-known standard for generating 3-D as well as 2-D graphics that is extremely powerful and has many capabilities.
Phoronix: Among the "Ubuntu Apps" being discussed for development today during the final day of this first Ubuntu 15.04 Online Summit is the planned improvements to the calculator and terminal applications.
Linux.com: I like all Linux graphical environments, and the one I keep coming back to the most is KDE.
osnews: Members of the Mageia Linux community have been waiting for a few weeks now for a beta release of Mageia 5.
Techrights: The openwashing of .NET continues with yet another publicity stunt that is intended to lock in developers
LinuxGizmos: The $269 iBox Nano, billed as the "world's smallest, cheapest 3D resin printer," offers WiFi and 328 Micron resolution, and runs Linux on a Raspberry Pi.
GamingOnLinux: Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition has arrived for Linux
NetworkWorld: You have a surprisingly wide choice of operating systems -- not just Raspbian -- to help you tackle whatever project you take on.
Datamation: IT salary guide for a wide range of tech professionals, in some cases going back to 2006.
OpenSource.com: This is a report from the All Things Open conference, held this year at the Raleigh Convention Center. I attended Steven Vaughan-Nichols session on marketing and using the press in open source—this is a recap.
eWEEK: Paul Cormier, president of Products and Technologies and an executive vice president at Red Hat, details where the Linux leader is headed with containers.
LinuxInsider: The amount of open source software used by the U.S. government might well be one of the biggest secrets in Washington.
El Reg: Amazon fired a volley at Oracle and other relational database vendors on Wednesday, with the launch of a new, cloud-hosted database service that it says can deliver better performance than on-premises installations at a fraction of the cost.
The VAR Guy: Databricks has launched a partner certification program for systems integrators of Apache Spark, the open source big data processing platform.
OpenSource.com: Want to get more done with OpenStack? We've got you covered.
ITwire: What will Mono creator Miguel de Icaza do now that his duplicates of Microsoft technology are no longer needed?
softpedia: Canonical is very close to finishing the Ubuntu Touch operating system and to making it shippable for phones
Phoronix: Canonical isn't yet prepared to drop 32-bit Ubuntu ISOs outright
DarkMoreOps: Did you knew every time you fill in your username and password on a website and press ENTER, you are sending your password?
TechArena51: Worried that your browsing may not be private? OpenVPN allows you to configure your own vpn server in minutes on any linux machine