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How the Linux Kernel is Like an Open Source Turducken

Linux.com: When looking out at the Linux and greater Open Source world, examples of “coopetition” stretch out to the horizon.

OpenBSD Sponsors Work For Better Browser Security

Phoronix: The OpenBSD Foundation is supporting work to adapt at least one web browser's JIT engine to support OpenBSD's "Write Xor Execute" policy for system memory.

Why large companies use open source ERP

 opensource.com: In many cases, when you are implementing an open source ERP system for a large organization, a new interface shell is created outside of the core system to meet the business needs

IBM DB2 Installation on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

 nextstep4IT: IBM DB2 is a next generation data platform for transactional and analytical operations.

How to make your bash prompts more useful and interesting

 ITworld: Had enough of $ and #? You can make your bash prompts far more interesting and likely a lot more useful by customizing them.

Ubuntu MATE Donates Money to a Project That Helped Them with Features

 softpedia: There was quite a furious debate in the Linux community about what the elementary OS devs said about financial contributions from the community.

Firefox OS heading for Africa -- and the U.S. too

 LinuxGizmos: Orange announced a $40 "Klif" Firefox OS phone for Africa, and Mozilla says it???s working with Verizon Wireless and others on Firefox OS feature phones.

How Could VARs Use the $89 Ubuntu Linux Symple PC?

 The VAR Guy: The founder of the Symple PC, an $89 computer that runs Canonical's Ubuntu Linux 14.04 and is built from recycled hardware, envisions the device as a key part of VAR services.

4 ways to free up money for IT innovation

 EnterprisersProject: Freeing up money in your IT budget for innovation might be easier than you realize.

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Unreal Tournament Has Come A Long Way, New Beautiful Map Included

The new free Unreal Tournament has come a long way in a short time, and it’s getting better with each new release!

The Funding Crowd 42

Finally we come to issue #42, which seems an appropriate occasion to come clean and confess that we are not really The Funding Crowd, but merely A Funding Crowd. Didn't you hear that we come in six-packs?

DRM Free Games Sales Orgy With GOG's Double Insomnia Promo

Since earlier yesterday and till next Friday a new Insomnia Promo is taking place at GOG.com, the first one since this store started supporting Linux.

Vulkan Really Is The Official Name Of The Next Generation OpenGL Initiative

It has been officially announced now, so Vulkan API it is! We are entering a new era of graphical performance.

GOL Survey Results: February

The results for the February survey are now available for you to take a look at and compare with results from previous months.

Worms Clan Wars Now Available On Linux

Need your fix of Worms? Worms Clan Wars is now available natively on Linux, and a massive sale too! Time to send in the exploding sheep!

Unreal Engine Is Now Free, Including Access To The Source Code

Today became a pretty good day to be a developer! Unreal Engine has dropped the monthly subscription, so anyone can jump in and tinker!

Trine 3 Announcement And Trailer Analysis

Finnish developer Frozenbyte has today announced Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power, a third game in their award winning Trine series.

HTC & Valve Announce The HTC RE Vive

Well that was unexpected, Valve and HTC have announced a joint venture at the Mobile World Congress! Introducing the HTC Re Vive headset.

New Linux Gaming Survey For March

The new GOL survey for March is now available, so please make sure to fill it in if you have the time.

Airships: Conquer The Skies Released On Steam For Linux, It’s Fun

Airships is a very interesting indie game that has just released on Steam for Linux, and it’s already impressing me. You are tasked with designing a steampunk airship, and taking over AI kingdoms.

Mussel, A Free Underwater Shooter, Synced To A Single Killer Chiptune Track

Today's boredom buster is Mussel, a highly interesting, and well executed retro looking arcade shooter, and the music is great too.

‘VULKAN’ Could Possibly Be The Official Name Of The OpenGL Successor

It seems a recent trademark request from 'The Khronos Group Inc.' includes a new API named ‘VULKAN’.

Ars Technica On The State Of Linux Gaming

I, amongst others like Icculus and Aspyr, had the pleasure of speaking to Kyle Orland from Ars about the past, present and future of Linux gaming.

Insurgency FPS Finally Gearing Up For A Linux Release

It’s been a long time coming, but the FPS game Insurgency is finally looking like it may release on Linux.