In this week’s Top 5 articles of the week, we highlight the best open source games of 2015, Linux music listening, 10 projects to fork in 2016, 10 cool tools for the Docker community, and one man’s story of rescuing older computers and rehabilitating them with Linux.
Top 5 articles of the week
Weekly columnist Robin Muilwijk tells us that 2015 has been a great year for open source and Linux gaming. As we move into 2016, check out which five were his top picks in 2015.
Find out what the benefits are of a two-sound-card setup for Linux music listening from an avid user, Chris Hermansen.
We think these 10 projects just might have come onto the scene with enough momentum to continue their success in the new year. Staffer Jason Baker reports.
Director of developer relations at Docker, Inc., Mano Marks, looks back at the many projects created by the Docker community in 2015. Find out which tools he says you should know if you are looking for ways to expand your knowledge and use of Docker.
Hear how Drew Kwashnak took the deep dive into Linux and never looked back, rescuing older computers and rehabilitating them with Linux.