Do you want a new-user-friendly Linux distro that works out of the box? We show you how to get started with Korora.
Learn how to use your Raspberry Pi's GPIO pins with the Pi Traffic Light.
While I was putting together slides for my lightning talk at Great Wide Open (happening March 16-17), Not that Weird: Open Source Tools for Creatives, I remembered that in the last half of 2015 we had a bit of a loss from our open source creative toolbox.
You may have heard the news recently that the MAME project has been licensed under the GPL version 2.
The growing trend of closed content silos—publishing platforms that require a login in order to view the content—is a step away from a more open web.
Put your old Raspberry Pi to work as an automatic backup server with rdiff-backup.
Linux veteran Michael Perry shares how he's seen the operating system grow since he first encountered it 18 years ago.
David Both shares how he replaced his dedicated network firewall computer with a Raspberry Pi 2.
Open source contributor guidelines should be easy to read, thorough, and friendly.
Seth Kenlon shares tips for getting the Raspberry Pi to act more like an embedded microcontroller than a mini PC.