Linux.com: If you’ve never used GNOME Maps, you’re in for a treat
Phoronix: Linux kernel developer Matthew Garrett has revised his work around improving power management for modern Intel systems via SATA.
Severity analysis of vulnerabilities by experts from the information security industry is rarely based on real code review. I
ZDnet: Give me some of that Ubuntu Juju magic...
softpedia: David Rosca has been working hard in the past few months to add many cool new features to the Audio Volume applet
opensource.com: Inteview with Cloudify's open source community lead at GigaSpaces
LinuxPitStop: Openstack is the most widely used open source cloud system which lets you set up complex private and public cloud infrastructures with great ease. I
The VAR Guy: A primer explaining LXC and LXD, open source container platforms developed largely by Canonical, as well as how they compare to Docker and CoreOS rkt.
CIO: Apparently Microsoft isn't entirely new to open-source (who knew?)
Linus Torvalds: It's been a fairly calm week, and rc4 is not all that big.
ZDnet: It was only a matter of time. With Ubuntu now running on Windows 10, hackers have started porting Linux desktop and GUI apps to Windows.
softpedia: Starting with Snapcraft 2.8, support for Snappy's "config" setting has been completely removed
Datamation: These top Android game apps go from mega-hits like Minecraft to lesser known apps like Goat Simulator -- with an emphasis on fun.
EnterpriseAppsToday: In the world of DevOps, Luke Kanies and his company Puppet are well known for helping enable configuration, management and deployment of applications and infrastructure.
LinuxPitstop: Nessus is an Open Source remote security scanning tool
tecmint: As a System Admin, our first priority will be to protect and secure data from unauthorized access.
hackerboards: Udoo has surpassed its Kickstarter goal for a "Udoo X86" hacker SBC with a quad-core Braswell SoC, 4GB RAM, and Arduino compatibility via a Curie module.
opensource: At OSCON 2016 in Austin, Keila Banks will be giving a talk on The Automated Teen.
Phoronix: Qt 5.7 continues moving along and due to the concurrent release work with the much-delayed Qt 5.6 that finally shipped in March, the Qt 5.7 beta is already imminent
InternetNews: Apparently not everyone believes in letting the Wookie win.