In order to keep myself up to date in the open source world I like to frequent a series of Linux related websites. Now I'm by no means an almighty developer, but more of a casual connoisseur of digital FOSS culture. Most sites that I've discovered turned out to be quite useful news types or others generally made me more curious about their development. I get my Linux fix from a multitude of areas across the web, so if my list looks odd or confusing, I'm simply diversifying and seeing what others projects are up to. Below is a list of Linux related websites that I use to learn and pass the time by.
What are some websites related to Linux and open source that you guys use often?
Well then without further delay here is a mix of my most visited sites that I try to keep up on:
https://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/ - anything Ubuntu, System76, GNOME related has this covered
https://blog.elementary.io/ - always curious to see the latest monthly updates with this distro
https://www.kernel.org/ - get to check up on the latest kernel offerings to see what's on the horizon
https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=home - one of the few linux news sites I know about
https://distrowatch.com/ - thanks to Solus no need to distro hop, but great to see when new distros release
https://pointieststick.com/category/usability-productivity/ - helps me follow KDE development in a very digestable way, no acid reflux required!
https://news.softpedia.com/cat/Linux/ - quick, easy, basic news for new releases of distros/applications
https://fedoramagazine.org/ - it's for Fedora, but always curious to see their take on GNOME & Co.
https://itsfoss.com/ - useful for how to's and application review articles
https://linuxscoop.com/ - useful videos about the latest releases and updates to various distros
Curious to see what sites y'all check out!