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IBM Index: A Community Event for Open Source Developers

5 hours 55 min ago
Title: IBM Index: A Community Event for Open Source Developers20 FebLearn more

How to Get Started Using WSL in Windows 10

10 hours 55 min ago
Title: How to Get Started Using WSL in Windows 1020 FebLearn more

Q4OS Makes Linux Easy for Everyone

Friday 16th of February 2018 03:00:38 PM
Title: Q4OS Makes Linux Easy for Everyone16 FebLearn more

This Week in Open Source News: Google's AMP Support to Snazz Up Email, Open Source Community Continues to Do Good & More

Friday 16th of February 2018 02:00:38 PM
Title: This Week in Open Source News: Google's AMP Support to Snazz Up Email, Open Source Community Continues to Do Good & More16 FebLearn more

DNS and DHCP with Dnsmasq

Thursday 15th of February 2018 03:21:22 PM
Title: DNS and DHCP with Dnsmasq15 FebLearn more

Protecting Code Integrity with PGP — Part 1: Basic Concepts and Tools

Wednesday 14th of February 2018 03:00:43 PM
Title: Protecting Code Integrity with PGP — Part 1: Basic Concepts and Tools14 FebLearn more

Kubernetes The Smart Way

Tuesday 13th of February 2018 03:05:33 PM
Title: Kubernetes The Smart Way13 FebLearn more

Last Chance to Save $150 on ELC + OpenIoT Summit North America

Tuesday 13th of February 2018 01:00:38 PM
Title: Last Chance to Save $150 on ELC + OpenIoT Summit North America13 FebLearn more

Windows Subsystem for Linux: A Bridge Between Two Platforms

Monday 12th of February 2018 03:00:38 PM
Title: Windows Subsystem for Linux: A Bridge Between Two Platforms12 FebLearn more

Arch Anywhere Is Dead, Long Live Anarchy Linux

Friday 9th of February 2018 03:00:27 PM
Title: Arch Anywhere Is Dead, Long Live Anarchy Linux9 FebLearn more

This Week in Open Source News: One Million Students Have Taken Linux Foundation edX Courses, OPNFV Announces Verified Program & More

Friday 9th of February 2018 02:35:45 PM
Title: This Week in Open Source News: One Million Students Have Taken Linux Foundation edX Courses, OPNFV Announces Verified Program & More9 FebLearn more

Advanced Dnsmasq Tips and Tricks

Thursday 8th of February 2018 03:30:21 PM
Title: Advanced Dnsmasq Tips and Tricks8 FebLearn more

First Linux-Based RISC-V Board Prepares for Take-Off

Wednesday 7th of February 2018 03:00:38 PM
Title: First Linux-Based RISC-V Board Prepares for Take-Off7 FebLearn more

3 Ways to Extend the Power of Kubernetes

Tuesday 6th of February 2018 03:00:25 PM
Title: 3 Ways to Extend the Power of Kubernetes6 FebLearn more

Submit a Proposal to Speak at LinuxCon + ContainerCon + CloudOpen China

Monday 5th of February 2018 02:54:42 PM
Title: Submit a Proposal to Speak at LinuxCon + ContainerCon + CloudOpen China5 FebLearn more

Linux and Open Source: A Recipe for Innovation

Monday 5th of February 2018 01:54:16 PM
Title: Linux and Open Source: A Recipe for Innovation5 FebLearn more

How to Manage PGP and SSH Keys with Seahorse

Friday 2nd of February 2018 03:11:55 PM
Title: How to Manage PGP and SSH Keys with Seahorse2 FebLearn more

This Week in Open Source News: Emotional Chatbots, LF Networking Fund & More

Friday 2nd of February 2018 02:52:00 PM
Title: This Week in Open Source News: Emotional Chatbots, LF Networking Fund & More2 FebLearn more

Which Linux Kernel Version Is ‘Stable’?

Friday 2nd of February 2018 02:06:38 PM
Title: Which Linux Kernel Version Is ‘Stable’?2 FebLearn more

Linux Foundation Training Surpasses One Million Served

Thursday 1st of February 2018 04:00:51 PM
Title: Linux Foundation Training Surpasses One Million Served1 FebLearn more

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Bang & Olufsen’s RPi add-on brings digital life to old speakers

B&O and HiFiBerry have launched an open source, DIY “Beocreate 4” add-on for the Raspberry Pi that turns vintage speakers into digitally amplified, wireless-enabled smart speakers with the help of a 180-Watt 4-channel amplifier, a DSP, and a DAC. Bang & Olufsen has collaborated with HiFiBerry to create the open source, $189 Beocreate 4 channel amplifier kit. The 180 x 140 x 30mm DSP/DAC/amplifier board pairs with your BYO Raspberry Pi 3 with a goal of upcycling vintage passive speakers. Read more

Gemini PDA will ship with Android, but it also supports Debian, Ubuntu, Sailfish, and Postmarket OS (crowdfunding, work in progress)

The makers of the Gemini PDA plan to begin shipping the first units of their handheld computer to their crowdfunding campaign backers any day now. And while the folks at Planet Computer have been calling the Gemini PDA a dual OS device (with Android and Linux support) from the get go, it turns out the first units will actually just ship with Android. Read more

Red Hat: CO.LAB, Kubernetes/OpenShift, Self-Serving 'Study' and More

Browsers: Mozilla and Iridium

  • Best Web Browser
    When the Firefox team released Quantum in November 2017, they boasted it was "over twice as fast as Firefox from 6 months ago", and Linux Journal readers generally agreed, going as far as to name it their favorite web browser. A direct response to Google Chrome, Firefox Quantum also boasts decreased RAM usage and a more streamlined user interface.
  • Share Exactly What You See On-Screen With Firefox Screenshots
    A “screenshot” is created when you capture what’s on your computer screen, so you can save it as a reference, put it in a document, or send it as an image file for others to see exactly what you see.
  • What Happens when you Contribute, revisited
    I sat down to write a post about my students' experiences this term contributing to open source, and apparently I've written this before (and almost exactly a year ago to the day!) The thing about teaching is that it's cyclic, so you'll have to forgive me as I give a similar lecture here today. I'm teaching two classes on open source development right now, two sections in an introductory course, and another two in a follow-up intermediate course. The students are just starting to get some releases submitted, and I've been going through their blogs, pull requests, videos (apparently this generation likes making videos, which is something new for me), tweets, and the like. I learn a lot from my students, and I wanted to share some of what I'm seeing.
  • Iridium Browser: A Browser for the Privacy Conscience
    Iridium is a web browser based on Chromium project. It has been customized to not share your data and thus keeping your privacy intact.