What website would be complete without a links section? :) You guessed it - none! This is quite honestly, simply the first iteration of the links page. As such, this is just a start! Based on the web-like nature of the Internet you could just keep following links forever. The chance that you'd hit a dead end is highly unlikely... If you're like me you'll try one site, then another and keep going on and on until you're somewhere quite far away :) To start that process for you I've created the following list of Linux sites:
This site is the centre of GNOME news. You'll find info on new GNOME releases, new applications, general GNOME stories - all the GNOME you need! I check it out everyday :)
This is the location of the GNOME support forums. You can ask any GNOME related question and chances are that someone knowledgeable will be able to answer your questions quickly! Check out the Wiki as well ;-)
The official GNOME website. It is due for a major rewrite - so I'm going to be following that pretty closely. It contains links to the developer sections, additional news, Screenshots and much much more!
Use this site to get access to a ton of GNOME themes, GDM themes, GNOME related backgrounds and much, much more! It's an amazing site. There are some very talented GNOME artists :)
The official Debian homepage. The newest version of Debian is Woody - Debian 3.0. Debian is a very powerful Linux distro that is extremely popular among developers. Its ease of upgrading and package installation is quite honest unparalleled by any other Linux distro. The thanks go to the large cadre of volunteers who maintain Debian packages!
This site is the Debian developer connection. It has a large number of stories about happenings in the Debian world. Most important news is covered there first! It's a must see for those who are interested in Debian and in the Debian community
Debianhelp is the preeminent Debian help connection. Chances are if you have a Debian related question, you can find the answer there! Its a good place to check up on. As the name suggests it ius extremely Debian centric ;-) There's nothing there though that you can't necessarily apply to other Linux distros.
This is the official Linux kernel page. Go here for the latest stable and development kernels. There are a whole batch of mirrors available (depending on country) so I'd recommend you download the kernel version you want from the appropriate mirror. Its much faster!
This is one of the best Linux news sites that I've come across. Its updated daily and includes information from a wide variety of sources. It has news on the latest applications, general interest news, community buzz and a lot more. Check it out!
This is another Linux news site - but one with a different focus. It brings together a number of smaller newsites who cater to different Linux interests. This site provides a central interface to Desktop Linux, Kerneltrap andothers. It's a great site if you want to see what's happening in different areas of the Linux community
A great news site. A lot of comments flying around. Filter as desired ;-)
The great grandmama of the open source project hosting sites. Chances are if there is a project - its hosted on sourceforge. You can find different projects here, create a project of your own, decide to contribute to an existing project or....(you imagination is the limit)
Another major open source project hosting site. I guess what I said about sourceforge can easily be applied here as well. If there's a project out there - you'll probably find a reference to it here :)