Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at Project Ascension's new user interface, new games out for Linux, and more. Open gaming roundup for July 4 - 11, 2015
This week's Top 5 looks at Linux in the military, text editors, text tools, document tools, and Python and Raspberry Pi for education.
I turn 70 on my next birthday, and it's well known that people my age aren't computerate, at least here in Australia.
Get a sneak peek at GitHub Government Evangelist Ben Balter's OSCON talk, "Open source licensing on GitHub by the numbers."
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at a million lines of code for Linux, more open source software from Google and Microsoft, a new tiny computer for education, and more! Open source news: July 4 to July 10, 2015
6th annual Open Hardware Summit open for submissions and registration.
The Great Command-Line Challenge is to create a single command-line program to count the number of emails from each IP Address that has attempted to access David Both's hosts using SSH.
My story is about getting a chance to see the world with some of America’s finest men and women, and being introduced to Linux. I had no idea how that one message sent out by Torvalds in 1991 would change my life, and I never could have appreciated how much that first stack of floppies was going to... Read more
We published 91 articles and had a record breaking traffic month in June. In this report, we highlight a few of the most popular articles that helped us get there.
The text editor is a workhorse for many people working in tech. A few of the most popular options out there today are tried-and-true text editors like vi, Emacs, and gedit. And, a new text editor on the scene that's picking up traction is Atom. All four are open source, so you can get involved in... Read more