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== '''Welcome ! / Bienvenidos ! / Benvenuti !''' ==
 
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I look forward to meeting you someday in person, even on the phone, and working with you to publish Fedora to rest of the world!   
 
I look forward to meeting you someday in person, even on the phone, and working with you to publish Fedora to rest of the world!   
  
Thank you!
 
Your new freind!
 
 
MJGB
 
MJGB
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
I plan to co-sponsor and host Fedora centric events in the USA, Italy and Argentina.  Hopefully, with the guidance and support from veterans and senior members, who can assist me and help me conform to the project's guidelines and expectations when publicizing Fedora, I will be able to contribute to exposing Fedora to organizations and individuals. 
 
 
 
I sincerely look forward to working hard with as many volunteers as possible and develop new friendships with open source enthusiasts, fellow advocates and engineers.
 
 
 
My apologies for starting with a simplistic page, I will add more content as soon as I have more free time.  Thank you for visiting!
 
 
  
 
"fedora sumus,  et oderint dum metuant"
 
"fedora sumus,  et oderint dum metuant"

Revision as of 00:34, 5 December 2011

Welcome ! / Bienvenidos ! / Benvenuti !

I am Mario Juliano Grande Balletta. I am currently residing in Rhode Island, in the United States. I am an Italo-Argentine.

I have been involved with open source technologies since the 1990's. I do not use commercial software or vendor based software on any of my business and home systems. I founded the first open source use group here in Rhode Island at Roger Williams University.

I work in the technology industry as Principal Infrastructure Engineer for an international organization providing real and virtualized gaming, transaction, reporting and database systems on a variety of platforms and networks.

I have also taught technology classes and certification courses at several institutions and given lectures/discources to crowds numbering into the thousands. I have traveled and worked at over 200 cities in 60 countries. I hold several passports and multiple citizenship in the EU, AR, and the US.

In my personal life, I am an assertive advocate of open source technologies and promoting a community driven lifestyle, sharing and working together with friends and experiencing the new possibilities.

The four foundations of the Fedora Project are special and interwoven together, and thus all are part of the whole and yet, they each express different aspects. For me, the most important foundation is "FRIENDS" ! The community is the most powerful aspect of the Fedora Project and this is the most vital feature.

Nothing is possible without working together, collaborating and organizing in unity trying to achieve goals. It is this foundation that means the most to me, especially since I am a former U.S. Marine, the team work and spirit collects together the individual desires and efforts and beliefs of all members and assembles that into an adhesive, a glue that binds everyone and holds everything together. That is what friends means to me.

I look forward to meeting you someday in person, even on the phone, and working with you to publish Fedora to rest of the world!

MJGB

"fedora sumus, et oderint dum metuant"