Favorite Linux websites

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Favorite Linux websites

Post by crosscourt » Sat Nov 21, 2020 4:44 pm

Here are a few of mine,

lxer.com
linuxconfig.org
itsfoss.com
phoronix.com
linuxlinks.com
linuxinsider.com
distrowatch.com
linux.com
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Re: Favorite Linux websites

Post by wove » Sun Nov 22, 2020 2:52 pm

I follow news through RSS (hence my constant complaining about Akregator not working) and more recently I have been following tech news with YouTube.

<https://pointieststick.com> Nate Graham KDE development news
<https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk> Ubuntu focused
<https://arstechnica.com/> mostly just general tech stuff

On Youtube I watch

Quidsup An interesting mix of news, reviews and a few tutorials
The Linux Experiment He has twice monthly shows on Linux news

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Re: Favorite Linux websites

Post by crosscourt » Sun Nov 22, 2020 4:42 pm

arstechnica is my home site as I use to work for them awhile back. Check out phoronix.com as its a Linux/open source tech site.

betanews.com
techspot.com
lwn.net
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Re: Favorite Linux websites

Post by wove » Sun Nov 22, 2020 6:34 pm

Cool, I always enjoy their 10 page reviews of OSes. When they were bought out a good while back I was concerned they would degrade in quality, however they have remained consistently very good for what must be a couple decades now.

I use to visit phornix somewhat regular a long time back. But overall I am not that interested in system performance. Well I am, but when what I mainly do is just bookish sorts of stuff performance is not a big issue. Mainly I stopped going because the owner went into a phase of always being very pushy about wanting you to donate.

If I am interested in a particular distro, I will try and follow their forum, like Q4OS, I do enjoy this forum. The links to tutorials, OS releases and such is very handy and I do follow some of them.

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