The VAR Guy: A few days ago, Canonical reiterated its commitment to restoring the Ubuntu "community" Web portal to front-and-center of official Ubuntu websites.
CNET: Like the Web version unveiled at Google I/O, Google+ for Android provides users with options such as automatic photo enhancements and Auto Awesome.
A new kernel tracing tool called "ktap" has made its first release. "KTAP have
different design principles from Linux mainstream dynamic tracing language
in that it's based on bytecode, so it doesn't depend upon GCC, doesn't
require compiling a kernel module, safe to use in production environment,
fulfilling the embedded ecosystem's tracing needs." It's in an
early state; the project is looking for testers and contributors.
OSTATIC: This release features Linux 3.9.0, Xorg X Server 1.14.1, GCC 4.7, GNOME 3.8.1, and KDE 4.10.2. It also ships with LibreOffice 4.0.2, Firefox 20, and GIMP 2.8.4.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Software Defined Networking takes hold at Juniper, thanks in part to the use of Linux.
NASA is funding research into 3D-printed food. Mechanical engineer Anjan Contractor received a $125,000 grant from the agency to build a prototype 3D printer with the aim of automating food creation. It's hoped the system could provide astronauts food during long-distance space travel, but its creator has the loftier aim...
Wazi: The core Drupal 7 install has a Reports tab with fairly limited functionality, so here's how to give yourself better reporting.
The H Open: The developers of HandBrake, the popular open source video transcoder, have announced the release of version 0.9.9 of the popular video conversion application.
LinuxPlanet: Some forks do better than others.
InternetNews: From the 'open source rulez' files: