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I (Giulio Fidente) am a long standing GNU advocate who strongly believes in the freedom cause.
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hi there,
  
I work for Red Hat. In 2003 I started [http://cruxppc.sunsite.dk cruxppc], a port of [http://crux.nu crux] for the power architecture platform, then after a couple of years I left the team. I also wrote [http://code.google.com/p/mlapd mlapd], an [http://www.postfix.org/SMTPD_POLICY_README.html access policy delegation] daemon for [http://postfix.org postfix]
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''I am a long standing GNU advocate who strongly believes in the freedom cause.''
  
Currently I'm playing with [http://orbited.org orbited], a comet server written in python.
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I found Fedora to be suitable for both, the end user expectations and the power user requirements and this is why I would like to join the community and contribute to it.
  
I found in Fedora a good compromise between the end user expectations and the power user requirements (yeah my girlfriend uses it too!), that's why I would like to join the community and contribute to the branding, the infrastructure management and the packaging for Fedora.
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I work for Red Hat and RHCA certified. In 2003 I started a port of the distro called [http://crux.nu crux] to the power architecture platform, the port was called [http://cruxppc.sunsite.dk cruxppc], but a couple of years later I left the team.
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I wrote [http://code.google.com/p/mlapd mlapd], an [http://www.postfix.org/SMTPD_POLICY_README.html access policy delegation] daemon for [http://postfix.org postfix].
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Currently I'm mostly playing with python and enjoying the fun of using the new [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebSockets Websockets] introduced by HTML5
  
 
* email gfidente@redhat.com
 
* email gfidente@redhat.com
 
* gpg 08D733BA
 
* gpg 08D733BA
 
* irc giulivo
 
* irc giulivo
 
hello world
 

Revision as of 13:46, 19 August 2010

hi there,

I am a long standing GNU advocate who strongly believes in the freedom cause.

I found Fedora to be suitable for both, the end user expectations and the power user requirements and this is why I would like to join the community and contribute to it.

I work for Red Hat and RHCA certified. In 2003 I started a port of the distro called crux to the power architecture platform, the port was called cruxppc, but a couple of years later I left the team. I wrote mlapd, an access policy delegation daemon for postfix.

Currently I'm mostly playing with python and enjoying the fun of using the new Websockets introduced by HTML5

  • email gfidente@redhat.com
  • gpg 08D733BA
  • irc giulivo