2015 yearbook
2015 has been a great year for open source and Linux gaming. The number of Linux games continues to grow, and Steam Machines finally hit the market on November 10. So, with the end of the year closing in, I’d like to give you my picks for the top five open games. Which one is your favorite? And... Read more
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Read more about our 10 most-read interviews on in 2015.
2 comments Posted 30 Dec 2015 by Subhashish Panigrahi Feed
The latest open movie project from the Blender Institute was released during Blender Conference 2015. Have you watched it yet?
4 comments Posted 30 Dec 2015 by Jason van Gumster Feed
10 projects to fork in 2016
We think these 10 projects just might have come onto the scene with enough momentum to continue their success in the new year.
1 comment Posted 29 Dec 2015 by Jason Baker (Red Hat) Feed
News best of the year, radio tower
This is a Special Edition of our weekly open source news roundup, as we look back at the top news stories in 2015!
2 comments Posted 28 Dec 2015 by Robin Muilwijk Feed
Open source and Linux games roundup blue swirl graphic
Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at SuperTux's first stable release in a decade, Wine 1.8 release, a chance to win a Steam Machine from Feral Interactive, and more. Open gaming roundup for December 19 - 25, 2015
0 comments Posted 26 Dec 2015 by Nitish Tiwari Feed
Top 5 stripes
In this week's Top 5 articles of the week, we highlight Adafruit's favorite wearables in 2015, five Django packages to try, diversity in open source this year, and some of the best articles published on this year.
0 comments Posted 25 Dec 2015 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
Best of science articles on in 2015 published several great stories in 2015 about open science projects that are changing the way we research, collaborate, and solve problems.
0 comments Posted 25 Dec 2015 by Marcus D. Hanwell Feed
My Linux Story blue, code background
LinuxCon Europe diversity scholarship recipient Carla Berjano shares her Linux story.
3 comments Posted 24 Dec 2015 by Carla Berjano Feed
World Map
The Missing Maps project, which launched in 2014, aims to literally and figuratively put more than 20-million at-risk people on the map using OpenStreetMap (OSM) as a platform. We need to fill in "missing maps" before the next disaster strikes, ensuring the maps have detail sufficient for emergency... Read more
0 comments Posted 23 Dec 2015 by Drishtie Patel Feed