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5 productivity apps for Linux

I've had a soft spot for Elementary OS since I first encountered it in 2013. A lot of that has to do with the distribution being very clean and simple. Since 2013, I've recommended Elementary to people who I've helped transition to Linux from other operating systems. Some have stuck with it. Some who moved on to other Linux distributions told me that Elementary helped smooth the transition and gave them more confidence using Linux.

Ubuntu Keyboard Shortcuts that Every User Should Know

In this tutorial, we bring some of the best ubuntu keyboard shortcuts for better productivity. This will improve your desktop experience on Ubuntu.

GNOME launches a new GTK site, the Linux Foundation on security vulnerabilities, OSI board elections, and more open source news

  • Opensource.com; By Don Watkins (Posted by bob on Mar 2, 2020 7:21 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: GNOME, Linux
In this edition of our open source news roundup, GNOME beautifies the GTK website, the?Linux Foundation’s released a report on security vulnerabilities, the FSF announces a new code-hosting site?and the OSI board of directors is decided next week!?

GNOME 3.36: The Best New Features

  • omgubuntu.co.uk; By Joey Sneddon (Posted by joeysneddon on Mar 2, 2020 5:09 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: GNOME
The upcoming release of GNOME 3.36 is set to be a big one. The open source desktop environment has been kitted out with own features, and features several major enhancements — all of which we roundup in this article.

Fedora's gaggle of desktops

  • Fedora Magazine; By Troy Dawson (Posted by bob on Feb 29, 2020 3:53 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Fedora
There are 38 different desktops or window managers in Fedora 31. You could try a different one every day for a month, and still have some left over. Some have very few features. Some have so many features they are called a desktop environment. This article can’t go into detail on each, but it’s interesting […]

Destination Linux 162: Ikey Doherty Interview, Stuart Langridge Guest Host

On this episode of Destination Linux, we have Stuart Langridge as our Guest Host he helps us cover some highly debated topics and the Interview with Ikey Doherty of Lispy Snake (formerly of Solus)

This Week in Linux 94: Mesa 20, PipeWire, Linux Be Scary, MyPaint, GTK, Microsoft Defender

Mesa 20, PipeWire 0.3, MyPaint 2.0, GTK, Maui Project, Untangle Firewall, Red Hat, Container Linux, Nvidia, Microsoft Defender, Humble Bundle and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!

Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience – Firefox Upgrade - Week 18

Raspbian's repositories now ship version 68.5.0 ESR of Firefox. This version was released in February 2020. As it's the latest Extended Support Release, I've revisited Firefox to see if it's a viable alternative to Chromium or Vivaldi on the RPI4.

Tools for SSH key management

  • Opensource.com; By Ben Nuttall (Posted by bob on Feb 21, 2020 6:59 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups, Tutorial; Groups: Linux
I use SSH constantly. Every day I find myself logged in to multiple servers and Pis (both in the same room as me and over the internet). I have many devices I need access to, and different requirements for gaining access, so in addition to using various SSH/SCP command options, I have to maintain a config file with all the connection details. Over time I’ve come up with a few time-saving tips and tools that you might find useful, too.

Release Roundup: MyPaint 2.0.0, Blender 2.82, cheat 3.6.0, Gammy 0.9.56 and Drawing 0.4.11

  • Linux Uprising; By Logix (Posted by logix on Feb 18, 2020 8:50 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Linux
Quite a few free and open source applications have been updated over the weekend. I don't have time to post articles about all of them separately, so this article covers (in short summary) the new releases of MyPaint 2.0.0, Blender 2.82, cheat 3.6.0, Gammy 0.9.56 and Drawing 0.4.11.

Penguin Tux - An Interesting story behind Linux Mascot

Tux is still not a product of any hired advertising agency. There were no investments made into its developments.

This Week in Linux 92: Linux 5.5, Solus, Kali, Tails, elementary, Red Hat, Pine64, Laptops

DLN Xtend, Linux Kernel 5.5, Solus 4.1, Tails 4.2, Kali Linux, elementary OS, Sudo Bug, Pine64 HardROCK64, PinePhone, Canonical Anbox Cloud, Kdenlive, RawTherapee, Kubuntu Focus, WINE, Proton & more

Building a Linux desktop, CERN powered by Ceph, and more industry trends

As part of my role as a senior product marketing manager at an enterprise software company with an open source development model, I publish a regular update about open source community, market, and industry trends for product marketers, managers, and other influencers. Here are five of my and their favorite articles from that update.

The Linux GOTY Award 2019 is now over - here's the winners

The Linux GOTY Award 2019 is now over, there were thousands of votes across many categories and we have the winners in so it's time to show the top five for each group.

Free and Open-Source Software 2020. Top 5 Interesting Facts

What makes the new IT trend do important and influential on a global scale? In this post, we will discuss the concept of free and open-source software and show you the top five interesting facts about this phenomenon. Let's take a look!

Linux that fits anywhere: 15 very small footprint distros

IIf you have an older PC, or a small single board computer-based system, you probably want to run a version of Linux that's light on resources and easy to download. In this gallery, we look at very small footprint Linux distros.

Stuck for a new game? Here's over 50 great games released for Linux in 2019

I know how it is, you look at your list of games and think "I need something new!" and then you click around Steam, GOG, Humble, itch and more and end up going back to the safety of what you already know. Here to help with that!

Linux Mint and the Cinnamon desktop progressing well, all-time high donations

  • GamingOnLinux; By Liam Dawe (Posted by liamdawe on Feb 4, 2020 6:58 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Mint
Linux Mint's Clement Lefebvre wrote another of their monthly progress reports on how Linux Mint and their Cinnamon desktop are doing and it's all great news.

7 Best Linux Distros For Programmers

The flexibility of Linux distros is a reason why Linux has always been so popular among programmers. Some distros have quite impressive functionality and many useful tools, offering the best environment for software developers. We prepared this list of the seven best distros so that you can choose the one that fits your objectives.

What 2020 brings for the developer, and more industry trends

As part of my role as a senior product marketing manager at an enterprise software company with an open source development model, I publish a regular update about open source community, market, and industry trends for product marketers, managers, and other influencers. Here are five of my and their favorite articles from that update.

4 cool new projects to try in COPR for January 2020

COPR is a collection of personal repositories for software that isn’t carried in Fedora. Some software doesn’t conform to standards that allow easy packaging. Or it may not meet other Fedora standards, despite being free and open source. COPR can offer these projects outside the Fedora set of packages. Software in COPR isn’t supported by […]

Use Emacs to get social and track your todo list

  • Opensource.com; By Kevin Sonney (Posted by bob on Jan 29, 2020 2:48 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups, Tutorial; Groups: Linux
Last year, I brought you 19 days of new (to you) productivity tools for 2019. This year, I'm taking a different approach: building an environment that will allow you to be more productive in the new year, using tools you may or may not already be using.

Best Web Hosting services for 2020

  • net2.com; By Ziad Nahdy (Posted by zn52 on Jan 28, 2020 5:18 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Community
The web hosting industry has blown up in recent years, and therefore making for an increasingly competitive market. Web hosting companies have now had to adapt, evolve and keep their prices lateral or less than their competitors. Hosting providers are clamoring to offer the extra features, stronger security, better support, faster performance, or easiest design tools needed to attract your business.

A guide to staying organized with open source tools

With so many tools on the web offered as services, there's more to getting organized than just choosing the most convenient online vendor. You have to think of your system of organization as part of your product, whether that's personal productivity or a software project you ship to hundreds or thousands of users. Using open source isn't a matter of brand loyalty. Open source is about you owning the tools that enable you to do what you do.

Top 7 Predictions for Linux and Open Source In 2020

When it comes to prediction for Linux and open source in 2020, there are already a lot to take in to consider that 2020 will be a very eventful year in the open source community. 2020 already looks like a year with so much to offer already, so, I will quickly run through what the predictions are for the year. Here are my top 7 predictions.

Vulkan API specification 1.2 released, new NVIDIA Vulkan Beta driver up

Today, The Khronos Group has released the next big update the Vulkan graphics API specification with Vulkan 1.2 now available.

Destination Linux 156 - CES 2020, Disaster Recovery Tips, Fallback Safe Distros?, Firefox

openEuler, New Firefox 72 Released, Linus Say No To ZFS In Kernel, New Dell Linux Laptop, Nvidia Wakes Up

4 of the Best Operating Systems for Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi allows you to install all kinds of OSes on it for a wide range of purposes. Here are some of the best operating systems for Raspberry Pi.

Three Ways to Play Windows Games on Linux

  • Make Tech Easier; By Robert Zak (Posted by damien on Jan 12, 2020 1:35 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Linux
In 2020, we finally have some dependable methods to play Windows games on Linux. Here are some of the best options for Linux gaming.

5 ops hacks for sysadmins

As a sysadmin, every day?I am faced with problems I need to solve quickly because there are users and managers who expect things to run smoothly. In a large environment like the one I manage, it's nearly impossible to know all of the systems and products from end to end, so I have to use creative techniques to find the source of the problems and (hopefully) come up with?solutions.

Destination Linux 155 - Our Hopes for Linux in 2020, Elitism in Linux, Best OS for Raspberry Pi

Topics covered in this episode:

Community Feedback Elitism in Linux aka “Linux Snobbery” Linux Mint vs Ubuntu Cinnamon Discussion from Episode 153 KDE Plasma Settings Backup & Deployment

Containers, networks, security, and more Ansible news

  • Opensource.com; By Mark Phillips (Posted by bob on Jan 9, 2020 3:02 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Community
Crikey, you lot have been busy writing in December. We've got more data munging from Greg Sutcliffe;?we've got writing modules for orchestrating security;?we've got networks, containers?and thoughts from a sysadmin. No YouTubes this month—we thought you'd have enough reading here with the articles. Enjoy!

My 5 favorite Linux sysadmin tools

There are a lot of lovable Linux tools available, but here are my top five picks.

Most read articles in 2019 not from 2019

  • Fedora Magazine; By Adam ?amalík (Posted by bob on Jan 6, 2020 2:31 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Fedora
Some topics are very popular, no matter when they’re first mentioned. And Fedora Magazine has a few articles that have proven to be popular for a long time. You’re reading the last article from the “best of 2019” series. But this time, it’s about articles written before 2019, but being very popular in 2019.

10 open source software alternatives for the new year

Open source isn't just for techies. On your desktop (regardless of your operating system), on your phone, and in your business, open source software can help you become better organized, more productive, more secure, and healthier. Best of all, you don't need to worry about the shackles of proprietary licenses. Throughout 2019, Opensource.com's team of Correspondents and community of writers have highlighted top-notch open source alternatives to proprietary software. Take a quick look at the best 10 of those articles.

How to be a better organization: Top 10 reads for leaders

  • Opensource.com; By Jim Hall (Posted by bob on Jan 1, 2020 11:04 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Community
Modern organizations are adopting key elements from open source software. By leveraging the "open" in open source, leaders can help shape a more responsive and productive enterprise. Check out these top 10 articles from 2019 that can help you develop your own path in open leadership.

12 programming resources for coders of all levels

  • Opensource.com; By Eric O'Shaughnessy (Posted by bob on Jan 1, 2020 4:29 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Developer
No matter where you are in your programming journey, there are things for you to learn in Opensource.com's top 12 programming articles from 2019.

8 must-read DevOps articles for success in 2020

  • Opensource.com; By Dawn Parzych (Posted by bob on Dec 31, 2019 5:32 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Community
I am an avid reader, but I go through periods where I'm so busy that it's hard to find the time to keep up with my reading list. Even during my busiest times,?I try to stay up to date on DevOps news since it's one of my areas of focus.

10 articles to enhance your security aptitude

If security is a process (and it is), then it stands to reason that different projects (and contributors) are in different places. Some applications have years of security testing, with design done by people who have worked in information security for decades. Others are brand new projects by developers working on their first open source project. It comes as no surprise that Opensource.com's top security articles of 2019 represent this range of experience.

10 Ansible resources to accelerate your automation skills

This year saw a wide range of really helpful Ansible articles. Whether you are just starting out with Ansible or a seasoned pro, there is something for everyone here to learn from. A good number of these articles are worthy of your bookmarking and perhaps a cron (or maybe a Tower/AWX job) reminder to reread them periodically.

Top articles of 2019: Editor's choice

The year is still ending and the perfect time to reflect and look back at some Magazine articles continues. This time, let’s see if the editors chose some interesting ones from 2019. Yes, they did! Red Hat, IBM, and Fedora IBM acquired Red Hat in July 2019, and this article discusses how nothing changes for […]

The best resources for agile software development

  • Opensource.com; By Leigh Griffin (Posted by bob on Dec 29, 2019 11:36 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Developer
It has been a great year for agile topics on Opensource.com. As we approach the end of 2019, reviewed our top agile-related articles, as read by you, our readers!

How to tell if implementing your Python code is a good idea

  • Opensource.com; By Moshe Zadka (Posted by bob on Dec 29, 2019 9:24 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Python
A language does not exist in the abstract. Every single language feature has to be implemented in code. It is easy to promise some features, but the implementation can get hairy. Hairy implementation means more potential for bugs, and, even worse, a maintenance burden for the ages. The Zen of Python has answers for this conundrum.

10 resources to boost your Git skills

As we near the end of 2019, it is time to look back at the top 10 articles we published about Git this year.

Top CI/CD resources to set you up for success

  • Opensource.com; By Jessica Cherry (Posted by bob on Dec 29, 2019 8:10 AM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Community
This has been a fantastic year for continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) and the world of DevOps. Opensource.com authors shared how they're moving toward agile and scrum as they focus on seamless, flexible, and scalable deployments. Here are some of the big themes in the CI/CD articles we published this year.

The Zen of Python: Why timing is everything

Python is always evolving. The Python community has an unending appetite for feature requests but also an unending bias toward the status quo. As Python gets more popular, changes to the language affect more people. The exact timing for when a change happens is often hard, but the?Zen of Python offers guidance.

10 networking guides for Linux sysadmins

Here are our most-read networking guides for 2019. Whether you're a beginner or an advanced user, there's bound to be something here you'll find useful.

Most-read open source news stories of 2019

  • Opensource.com; By Scott Nesbitt (Posted by bob on Dec 28, 2019 11:24 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Linux
A great deal happened in the world of open source in 2019.?Once upon a time, you would have been hard-pressed to find news about Linux,?free software, and open source software outside of a small handful of specialist publications. Today, though, news about open source is everywhere; the online edition of Forbes even has its own Linux columnist.

10 articles to become more data science savvy

When LinkedIn released its third annual Emerging Jobs report, engineers everywhere said, "Amen." More than half the list consists of engineering roles, with new fields like robotics appearing for the first time. But data science had a strong showing as well. The role shows 37% annual growth, topping that aspect of the Emerging Jobs list for the third year in a row.

12 open source resources for kids and young adults

  • Opensource.com; By Don Watkins (Posted by bob on Dec 27, 2019 11:17 PM EDT)
  • Story Type: Roundups; Groups: Community
Are you looking to challenge your children (or even yourself) to learn new things about open source technologies? Whether you're in elementary school, high school, or college,?or even?a parent or teacher, Opensource.com has some great reading about open source technologies suitable for the younger generation. Here are our top 12 articles from 2019 on open source for students (and those who love them).

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