Subject: HeRMs - A Commandline Food Recipes Manager
Herms - A haskell based, command-line manager for delicious kitchen recipes.
Subject: Citrix Debuts XenServer 7.3, Removing Some Features from Free Edition
ServerWatch: Citrix is taking steps to help advance the commercially supported version of its XenServer virtualization product, while at the same time, removing some capabilities from the free edition of XenServer.
Subject: Guardian Project Debuts Haven Security App to Protect Personal Privacy
eWEEK: The Freedom of the Press Foundation joins with The Guardian Project to develop the Haven Android app that can help to protect personal spaces, by using sensors on Android device to detect potential intruders.
Subject: How to Install MediaWiki with Nginx on Ubuntu 16.04
HowToForge: Learn how to install MediaWiki with Nginx web server on Ubuntu
Subject: Opera 50 Web Browser Will Bring a Cryptocurrency Mining Protection Feature
softpedia: Besides the revamped built-in VPN service, one of the biggest new features coming to the Opera 50 web browser, which should hit the streets in the coming days, is an anti-Bitcoin mining functionality
Subject: How to migrate your Blog from Wordpress to Django via the Linux Command Line
techarena51: In this Django Tutorial I will describe how you can move a PHP based wordpress blog to a Python 3 based Django blog via the Linux command line
Subject: Changing how we use Slack solved our transparency and silo problems
opensource.com: Our recent experience selecting a chat platform help us set priorities: Culture first, process second, tools last.
Subject: How to Install and Configure HAProxy on Debian 9 / Ubuntu 16.04 Server
HAProxy is a free & open source solution for High availability and load balancing
Subject: How to Change Default MySQL/MariaDB Port in Linux
Tecmint: In this guide we'll learn how to change the default port that MySQL/MariaDB database binds in CentOS 7 and Debian-based Linux distributions.
Subject: Leaving Apple and Google : my eelo odyssey
hackernoon: Gael Duval, who created Mandrake Linux, has announced that he is starting a new, non-profit project, to provide credible alternative mobile OS.
Subject: Getting Started With Haskell Programming Language
ostechnix: This guide describes how to install Haskell and how to getting started with Haskell programming language in Unix-like operating systems.
Subject: Mozilla Announces Firefox 60 as Next ESR (Extended Support Release) Branch
softpedia: Since their initial launch, Firefox ESR releases have become more and more popular among various organizations that aim to offer customers a stable, long-term supported, and reliable browsing experience.
Subject: Souls 4 Coming January 2018 with Snap Support in Software Center, Improvements
Solus is currently on its way to become the most popular GNU/Linux distribution out there
Subject: Linux touch command tutorial for beginners (6 examples)
HowToForge: Sometimes, while working on the command line in Linux, you might want to create a new file.
Subject: Apache Hadoop 3.0.0 Boosts Big Data App Ecosystem
EnterpriseAppsToday: Fours years after Hadoop 2 became generally available, the open-source Big Data platform takes a giant step forward, with new capabilities to support containers.
Subject: Kubeflow Brings Machine Learning to Kubernetes
ServerWatch: New project backed by Google, will help make it easier to run Machine Learning workloads across server clusters running Kubernetes
Subject: Building a Hacking Kit with Raspberry Pi and Kali Linux
The Raspberry Pi has some unique features that are very powerful and easily accessible for a Hacking Kit.
Subject: Restore Corrupted USB Drive To Original State
Many times our storage devices like sd cards and Pen drives get corrupted and unusable.
Subject: CEF meets Wayland
We recently assisted a customer who wanted to upgrade their system from X11 to Wayland, however they used CEF (Chromium Embedded Framework) as a runtime for web applications and CEF was not Wayland-ready.
Subject: 18 Cyber-Security Trends Organizations Need to Brace for in 2018
eWEEK: Looking into the Security Crystal Ball for 2018, security experts predict key trends