AllTop - Linux News - linux.alltop.com
(A compendium of current, 'top' Linux news items at about 30 other sites, on main
page. ONE-LINER headlines grouped by site --- including LinuxToday.com, lxer.com,
topix.com/techlinux, Phoronix, linux.com, linuxinsider.com, linuxjournal.com, ...
Headlines change pretty much daily. Also see the 'Tech' link at the top of the page.)
Linux Home Pages - linuxhomepage.com
(a compact collection of headlines from about 22 different Linux news sites)
Linux News Feeds site - www.newsnow.co.uk/newsfeed/?name=Linux
("newsfeed aggregating breaking Linux and Open Source headlines from more than
20 of the Web's most prestigious web sites --- including CNET, TechWeb,
Wired, The Register, Slashdot, CRN, and Linux Today. Updates every 5 minutes.")
Lxer.com - News - lxer.com
(Latest 2 days of news headlines shown down the main page --- NOT a compact list
--- about 5 to 10 lines extracted from each news story --- about 10 items per day.
See a list of categories at the bottom of the page. Examples: ARM, Debian, GNOME,
HP, Intel, KDE, Mint, Mozilla, Multimedia, OpenOffice.org, RedHad, Ubuntu, Xfce)
Linux Mint News via its blog - blog.linuxmint.com
(Postings on Linux Mint releases and on projects in-process. If it is slow to
respond, try www.linuxmint.com.)
Phoronix - News - www.phoronix.com
(Latest 5 days of news headlines shown down the main page --- NOT a compact list.
Shows about 2 to 8 lines extracted from each story. About 1 to 10 items per day.
A MIXTURE of Linux and computer technology news headlines. CPU and device and
benchmarks oriented. See links on upper-left of page to topics such as
Computers, Display Drivers, Graphics Cards, Memory, Motherboards, Processors, ...
See 'Recent Phoronix Articles' and 'Recent and Popular Phoronix News' on
right side of page.)
Arstechnica - 'Technology Lab' - arstechnica.com/information-technology
(Latest 7 days of news headlines shown down the main page --- NOT a compact list
--- about 1 line extracted from each news story --- about 2 to 6 items per day.
'Older Stories' link at the bottom of the page. Also see 'Main Menu, 'My Stories',
and 'Forums' links at the top of the page.)
Distrowatch news - www.distrowatch.com
(Scroll down through announcements of recent distro releases or use Search at top
of page. See 'Page Hit Rankings' on mid-right-hand side. See 'Distrowatch Weekly'
news items, within the page or via link at top of page.)
TuxMachines News - www.tuxmachines.org
(Quite a few news items per day. NOT a very compact headlines listing, about
2 to 5 lines extracted from each news item. See sides and bottom of the page
for links to news items at other sites.)
Hungry Penguin (Linux news) - www.hungrypenguin.net
(SLOW to load, in 2015 ; a not-so-compact collection of headlines
from about 11 different Linux news sites)
Reddit - Linux News - www.reddit.com/r/linux
(A compact list of lots of 'hot' Linux news headlines. You can switch from
'hot' to 'new' or 'controversial' or 'top scoring' via tabs at the top of the page.
Also see the 'Technology', 'Science', and other links at the top of the page.
The quality of Reddit, and, in particular, the Reddit Linux page went downhill in the
2014-2015 time frame.)
News at Linux Slashdot - linux.slashdot.org
(About one news item every 2 days. About 3 weeks of recent news on the main page.
NOT a compact listing of headlines. About 5 to 10 lines extracted from each story.
Missing a lot of Linux news. See other links on left side of page, such as
'stories', 'hardware', 'science', ...)
Blog at sourceforge.net - sourceforge.net/blog/
(Recent blog items on software available via
Software Applications News at Linux.com -
(Scroll down thru news items --- typically several per day. Continuation pages
are provided at the bottom of the page. See the 'News' pull-down menu at the
top of each page. This is the 'Linux Foundation' site. There are Linux How-To's
and tutorials and videos and Linux man pages at this site.)
Gnome - News - news.gnome.org
(Rather detailed postings of Gnome news items --- releases, fixes, etc.
Probably of interest mostly to Gnome developers.)
Linux Weekly News - www.lwn.net
(A rather annoying 2-column format on the main page --- 'featured content' down
the left and 'current news' down the right. A rather limited number
of 'featured content' items --- about 8 per month. NOT a compact list of
news headlines. About 2 to 10 lines extracted from each story.)
OS News - www.osnews.com
(OS news --- on MS Windows, Android, and other operating systems, not just Linux.
NOT a compact listing of OS news headlines --- about 10 lines extracted from
each news story. About one or two items per day. Click on 'Topics' at the top
of the page for a list of categories, including 3D, AMD, Apple, benchmarks,
BSD, Debian, Gnome, Google, GTK, Intel, KDE, Linux, Mac OS X, Microsoft,
Mozilla, Multimedia, Qt, RedHat, SGI, Sun, Ubuntu, Window Managers, X11, Xfce)
TechWorld News (Australia) - www.techworld.com.au
(General computing news from Australia. First page may be somewhat slow to load,
if you are not in that part of the world. Try the 'Technology' link at the top
of the page, for links to 'Open Source' and 'Operating Systems' news pages.)
TuxRadar News - www.tuxradar.com
(For those who like their news in audio podcast form. The crew at
LinuxFormat magazine seems to post about 1 podcast every couple of months.)
UnixMen - News - www.unixmen.com/category/news/
(Annoying popups! About 1 or 2 posts per day. Lots of tutorials at this site.
Even the news items are often tutorials.)
Linux Planet - News - www.linuxplanet.com
(Annoying popup ads! News items in about 4 categories: 'Linux Tutorials',
'Product Reviews', 'Linux News', and 'Opinions and Analysis'. About 5 items
in each category. The 'Linux News' section has only about 5 news items per month.)
Linux Today news - www.linuxtoday.com
(Annoying popup ads! About 5 days of news items down page, with about one line
of summary with each link. Scroll to bottom of page, thru news items ---
OR choose a category from the top of the page, such as 'Developer' or
'High Performance' or 'Infrastructure' or 'Security' or 'Storage'.)
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