Valorie Zimmerman: Season of KDE – Let’s go!

We’re now in the countdown. The deadline for applications is midnight 31 October UT. So give the ideas page one last look:https://community.kde.org/SoK/Ideas/2014 We even got one last task just now, …

Russia’s ‘Yandex Browser’ Launches First Linux Beta

You don’t need to be Russian to have heard of Yandex, the country’s leading search engine, but you will need to speak the language to use its branded web browser, …

David Tomaschik: Towards a Better Password Manager

The consensus in the security community is that passwords suck, but they’re here to stay, at least for a while longer. Given breaches like Adobe, …, it’s becoming more and …

Stable Kernels 3.17.2, 3.16.7, 3.14.23, and 3.10.59

Greg Kroah-Hartman has announced the release of four new stable kernels. Source: Linux News

Ubuntu Podcast from the UK LoCo: S07E31 – The One with the Dozen Lasagnas

Join Laura Cowen, Tony Whitmore, Mark Johnson and Alan Pope in Studio L for season seven, episode thirty-one of the Ubuntu Podcast!  Download OGG  Download MP3 Play in Popup In …

Ubuntu App Developer Blog: It’s time for a Scope development competition!

With all of the new documentation coming to support the development of Unity Scopes, it’s time for us to have another development shodown! Contestants will have five (5) weeks to develop a …

Ronnie Tucker: Packt offers library subscription with additional $150 worth of free content

As  you may know, Packt Publishing supports Full Circle Magazine with review copies of books, so it’s only fair that we help them by bringing this offer to your attention: …

KVM Matures, and the Use Cases Multiply

LinuxCon Europe and KVM Forum were recently held in Dusseldorf, and the conferences this year reflected the changes taking place in the Linux ecosystem generally – and particularly around KVM. …

Slashdot Asks: Appropriate Place For Free / Open Source Software Artifacts?

A friend of mine who buys and sells used books, movies, etc. recently came purchased a box full of software on CD, including quite a few old Linux distributions, and …

Bandwidth, Network Speeds Exploding with Hyperscale Deployments

The study found 57 percent of respondents have adopted hyperscale networking environments that require massive scalability in network resources. Source: Linux News