In this week's Top 5 articles of the week, we highlight open source tools for music makers, GPLv3 in court in Germany, Raspberry Pi projects for students, a review of PC-BSD, and a visually impaired man's story as a Linux user.
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The holiday break and start of the new year are just around the corner, and this week's "Hour of Code" can be a great time to get your kids involved in a creative new world of problem-solving. I'm talking about coding—computer programming—and, your kids are probably not too young to start learning... Read more
Anderson Silva revisits his popular holiday light show project.
Explore some of the many open source tools designed especially for musicians, from sequencers to synthesizers to tuners and more.
OBS Studio is an open source central control room for live, real-time video editing for Linux, Windows, and MacOS.
Six reasons why you might consider consuming, publishing, collaborating on, or supporting open source.
We talk to the creator of the Python-based open source eye tracking tool.
Kendell Clark shares how he fell in love with Linux and why he is on a mission to make it as accessible as possible.
A brief overview of PC-BSD and thoughts about the distribution.