Subject: Linux 4.14 rc4
Linux Torvalds: This release does seem to continue to be more active in the rc's than usual, but it actually feels like it's calming down.
Subject: Chakra GNU/Linux 2017.10 "Goedel" Released with KDE Plasma 5.10.5, Linux 4.12.4
Dubbed "Goedel" after the philosopher, mathematician, and logician Kurt Goedel, Chakra GNU/Linux 2017.10 was launched this past weekend
Subject: Chef Habitat Builder Debuts for Container Cloud-Native App Deployments
eWEEK: The new SaaS offering aims to make it easier for developers to build, package and deploy container applications to any cloud-native application architecture.
Subject: OpenShot - An Award Winning Open Source Video Editor
FOSSmint: OpenShot is an open source and cross-platform powerful video editor that is used for professionally creating and editing videos.
Subject: Edge in name only: Android and iOS Edge web browser
ZDnet: Microsoft's Edge on Android smartphones and Apple iPhones is merely a thin cover over native open-source web browsers.
Subject: Linux Display Manager SDDM Now Supports Configuration Directories, ConsoleKit 2
softpedia: The main change of the SDDM 0.16.0 release is the implementation of configuration directories
Subject: Tilda - A Gtk Based Drop Down Terminal Emulator For Linux And Unix
2daygeek: Tilda is a very lean terminal emulator
Subject: Linux Foundation Launches OpenMessaging Project
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Alibaba, Oath, Didi, and Streamlio are the founding project contributors of the new cloud communications effort.
Subject: 10 layers of Linux container security
opensource.com: Employ these strategies to secure different layers of the container solution stack and different stages of the container lifecycle.
Subject: What the data says about how Linux kernel developers collaborate
Breaking down research findings about the values and traits of Linux kernel developers.
Subject: Apache Patches Optionsbleed Flaw in HTTP Server
eSecurityPlanet: Apache HTTPD 2.4.28 is now available, fixing a vulnerability that could have potentially enabled information disclosure.
Subject: Google Works on Revamping Chrome's Internal Flags Page with Cool New Features
The chrome://flags page is used to enable experimental features in the Google Chrome web browser, as well as in Chrome OS, the Linux-based operating system that powers Chromebooks.
Subject: PostgreSQL says SCRAM to MD5 authentication
The Register: Version 10 improves replication, simplifies partitioning
Subject: With the Shell, You Can Go Wild(card) and Follow Your Pipe Dream
LinuxInsider: There is more to the shell, the terminal's interpreter software, than commands composed of alphanumeric characters.
Subject: The most important Firefox command line options
ghacks: The Firefox web browser supports a number of command line options that it can be run with to customize startup of the web browser.
Subject: An Interview With Neil McGovern, GNOME Foundation Executive Director:
FOSSbytes: The GNOME Foundation works to further the goal of the GNOME project: to create a computing platform for use by the general public that is completely free software, and designed to be elegant, efficient and easy to use.
Subject: Letrs - A Cloud-Based Font Manager for Developers and Designers
FOSSmint: Letrs is a beautiful cloud-based font manager for developers and designers alike.
Subject: A Complete Guide to Manjaro 17.05 (GNOME Edition), its Features and Installation steps
Manjaro Linux or simply called as Manjaro is a user-friendly, open source desktop operating system that is based on Arch Linux
Subject: How to Install Cacti SNMP Monitoring Tool on Debian 9
HowToForge: Cacti is a web-based network monitoring tool, completely open source, designed to display network and system graphics via RRDtool.
Subject: Open source, Raspberry Pi based robot mimics a Martian rover
LinuzGizmos: The remote-controlled, four-wheel Turtle Rover runs on a Raspberry Pi 3, and offers a gripper, HD camera, and up to four-hour rides within a 200-meter WiFi range.