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Top 5 articles of the week on Opensource.com
In this week's Top 5, we highlight terminal games for Linux, the still-alive-and-kicking COBOL, a few obscure and minor Linux tools, cross-platform methods and tools, and chess Android apps.
0 comments Posted 24 Jun 2016 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
An introduction to Daisy: an open standard for visually impaired reading
DAISY is a specialized text reader format that can be used for anything from textbooks to news articles.
5 comments Posted 24 Jun 2016 by Kendell Clark Feed
tinyMediaManager catalogs your movie and TV files
tinyMediaManager is an open source media management tool that generates video file metadata.
0 comments Posted 24 Jun 2016 by Seth Kenlon Feed
record playing
You might not have heard of Guayadeque, but it packs features other players lack.
12 comments Posted 24 Jun 2016 by Chris Hermansen Feed
Which open source audio player is your favorite?
Open Music columnist Chris Hermansen has been testing out open source music players to see which ones have the features he likes. In his most recent article, he explains 6 things he loves about the Guayadeque open source music player, and shares his experience testing out other players. Which open... Read more
10 comments Posted 24 Jun 2016 by Opensource.com (Red Hat) Feed
Gaming in the terminal
Do you yearn for the days of text adventures? With these open source games, the world of gaming at the terminal never has to end.
13 comments Posted 23 Jun 2016 by Jason Baker (Red Hat) Feed
7 open source Android apps for chess players
With these seven open source apps, you can play chess against your phone or an online opponent, study and analyze chess games, turn your phone into a basic chess clock, and even organize a chess tournament.
1 comment Posted 22 Jun 2016 by Joshua Allen Holm Feed
The fun and semi-useless toys of Linux
Some are creative and encourage productivity, and others just inspire creativity. Some are just plain silly.
0 comments Posted 21 Jun 2016 by Seth Kenlon Feed
Dispelling impostor syndrome through self-awareness
Kartik Subbarao says self-awareness is the key to dispelling impostor syndrome when it starts to show up.
0 comments Posted 21 Jun 2016 by Kartik Subbarao Feed
Parisa Tabriz, manages Google’s Chrome security engineering teams, and gave a keynote at PyCon US this year.
4 comments Posted 20 Jun 2016 by Remy DeCausemaker (Red Hat) Feed

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