Everything here has RSS feeds available. In general I don’t recommend things which don’t have RSS feeds.
In terms of just general FLOSS blogs.
- LWN has RSS feeds, and it’s probably got the highest quality linux journalism around. Though select articles are subscriber only for a few days. Which is how they generate revenue. It’s not expensive and they have several reduced tiers of support.
- Phronix is in the same vein but with a heavy performance / gaming bent. I waffle on them sometimes, but probably the best game in town if you can’t afford LWN.
- Mozilla Blog is pretty decent and covers the politics of the open web in general.
- EFF’s RSS feed is highly recommended.
- Software Freedom Conservancy - Covers legal matters in FLOSS and GPL enforcement. Updates in frequently, but mostly when their is news to cover.
- I highly recommend checkout your distribution of choice’s planet feed. If it has one. Failing that maybe your desktop of choice’s planet feed. Which kind of gives you a collated blog of all the core developers working on your apps. Planet Gnome, Planet KDE, Planet Debian, etc, etc.
In terms of tech in general.
- Liliputting is far from perfect but is probably the best blog ive found to keep up with general interesting consumer hardware releases, without obvious megacorp fanboy gushing. Ive dropped a lot of other blogs of the years for just giving an unnecessarily disproportionate amount of coverage to megacorp keynotes/press events. They do a good job of tracking a lot of niche harware releases too.
- Ars Technica is a major offender in terms of terrible signal-to-noise ratio around any megacorp keynote; and suffers a bit from cult of personality around Elon Musk. But those things asside probably covers the intersection of the political sphere into tech and science better than most. Well enough I keep it around.
- Obscure Handhelds - obscurehandhelds.com - obdates infrequently, as news about obscure handhelds is infrequent. But tracks every damn open hardware handheld more deftly than I can.
- Github release pages have RSS feeds. I use this to track releases of some projects.
- rss-bridge will create rss feeds for many things which ought to have them.