This week, you'll see lots of extra Raspberry Pi love on our site. We're also giving away a Raspberry Pi arcade gaming kit, so don't miss your chance to enter the giveaway.
Here's the list of reader favorites from March 5-11:
- Getting started with Python for data science, by Payal Singh
- Host your own email with projectx/os and a Raspberry Pi, by Nolan Leake
- You got your VM in my container, by Josh Berkus
- Tips for top: Monitoring CPU load on Linux, by David Clinton
- Exploring free and open web fonts, by Nathan Willis
- A glimpse into R counterculture, by Samuel Lurie
- A curiosity for Linux leads to an unexpected career, by Kedar Vijay Kulkarni
- 3 open source tools for scientific publishing, by Paul Shannon
- How to create a cron job with Kubernetes on a Raspberry Pi, by Chris Short
- How to set up a print server on a Raspberry Pi, by Jim Hall
All Things Open and LISA18 CFPs now open
Every year a bunch of our community moderators and writers join the Opensource.com editorial team in Raleigh for All Things Open. We look forward to seeing so many friends and making new ones at this affordable event, which attracts a great mix of speakers and topics, exhibitors, and attendees. The call for talk proposals is open until April 24th. If you want feedback on your talk idea, drop into our #opensource.com Freenode IRC channel—often our moderators, editors, and writers are hanging out and eager to help.
The CFP for LISA18 also opened last week, and Brendan Gregg (Netflix) and I will co-chair this year's event, which will be held Oct 29-31 in downtown Nashville. Do you have something to say about the present and future of Ops? If so, send in your talk proposal by May 24th. Follow LISA on Twitter to stay updated on deadlines and announcements. If you have questions or feedback, contact us at email@example.com.