Subject: Fixing docs one README at a time
opensource.com: GitHub's recent survey reveals 93% say poor documentation is a problem
Subject: Create mini Linux servers using the Odroid C2
If you're into trying out various distributions or enjoy having various Linux 'servers' to ssh into and play around with, then you should get started with single-board computers.
Subject: Linux on Azure: What are your choices?
ZDnet: More than a third of virtual machines running on Azure are Linux VMs.
Subject: How to Install Joomla with Apache on Debian 9 (Stretch)
HowToForge: Joomla is one of the most popular and widely supported open source content management system (CMS) platform in the world.
Subject: How to Install Gitlab On Debian 9 Stretch Linux
Gitlab is an awesome free software alternative to Github.
Subject: How to Monitor your CentOS 7 Server using Cacti
HowToForge: Cacti is a free and open source network graphing solution.
Subject: New Focus mode in GNOME Builder help improve your productivity
Reduce distractions and boost your productivity with the all new fullscreen Focus mode in GNOME Builder.
Subject: Kubernetes 1.7 Improves Container Security and API Aggregation
eWEEK: The second major release of Kubernetes in 2017 debuts, providing new stable features to improve the extensibility and security of the open-source container orchestration platform.
Subject: Blockchain: 3 big implications for your company
EnterprisersProject: Three main areas where blockchain makes a huge difference
Subject: Performance debugging Linux graphics on Mesa
Debugging graphics performance in a simple and high-level manner is possible for all Gallium based Mesa drivers
Subject: Canonical Promises Smooth and Easy Unity 7 to GNOME Shell Migration for Users
softpedia: Probably the most important thing that the Ubuntu developers have worked on lately is a smooth and easy migration process from Unity 7 to GNOME Shell user interfaces when upgrading to the upcoming Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) operating system
Subject: 4 cool facts you should know about FreeDOS
23 years after its release, learn 4 cool facts about FreeDOS.
Subject: Mozilla Rolls Out First Firefox 54 Point Release to Fix Netflix Issue on Linux
Mozilla Firefox 54.0.1 was first offered to the stable release channel users on June 29, 2017, and, according to the official release notes, it fixes a Netflix issues for users of Linux-based operating systems
Subject: Qt 5.9 and Qt Creator 4.3 Get First Point Release, with a Hot Patch for iOS 10.3
Shipping with all the latest performance improvements and bug fixes from the long-term supported Qt 5.9 branch, Qt 5.9.1 is the first patch release of the series.
Subject: What Excites Me The Most About The Linux 4.12 Kernel
Phoronix: If all goes according to plan, the Linux 4.12 kernel will be officially released before the weekend is through.
Subject: Plasma Vault - Easily Create Encrypted Directories on KDE Desktop
FOSSmint: Plasma Vault is an open-source encryption solution for KDE Neon with which you can create encrypted folders to contain private files of any format.
Subject: LinchPin: A simplified cloud orchestration tool using Ansible
opensource.com: Launched in late 2016, LinchPin now has a Python API and a growing community.
Subject: First Calamares 3.1 Point Release Is Out to Improve Salting for User Passwords
Calamares 3.1.1 is now available for download for OS integrators who want to ship it on their upcoming ISO snapshots for their GNU/Linux distributions
Subject: Why Fedora users might want to stick with DNF over GNOME Software and Plasma Discover
DNF is the one of two default package managers in Fedora Workstation.
Subject: 4MLinux 22.0 Linux Distribution Launches with LUKS Disk Encryption Support, More
4MLinux 22.0 is now the latest stable series of the minimal GNU/Linux distribution focusing on maintenance, multimedia, as well as basic server and gaming capabilities.