It is in the nature of things that ideas which upset the status quo or challenge the prevailing orthodoxies are watered down to make them more acceptable, which is why the free software movement is an essential part of the landscape
Don’t you trust the websites you’re visiting? Thanks to Qubes, you can visit them in disposable virtual machines and isolate many other applications from each other
The Linux Foundation has decided to take action to allow everybody to continue using open source operating systems even on Secure Boot systems
Canonical adding a way to financially contribute to different aspects of Ubuntu to help focus development
Samsung’s Flash-Friendly File System is a new file system optimized for flash storage devices, such as SSDs and SD cards
Want to use Cinnamon on Arch Linux? Then you might be interested in the latest Arch spin-off, Cinnarch
The Raspberry Pi is small, silent and energy efficient, so let’s turn it into the ultimate file server!
With a new version and a fresh set of features, LibreOffice is becoming the productivity suite of choice for millions of users. But what next?
The latest version of the GNOME Shell is here, has it addressed the concerns of users, or gone further down the path of simplification?
Start testing the next version of openSUSE, 12.3, with the first development release for the distro
The new point release for the stable branch of Debian has been released, includes security fixes and package updates
Jon Masters summarises the latest goings-on in the Linux kernel community, including the 2012 Kernel Summit and the closing of the 3.6 merge window