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(i forgot to put in it email address and irc nickname the first time)
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I (Giulio Fidente) am a long standing GNU advocate who strongly believes in the freedom cause.
 
I (Giulio Fidente) am a long standing GNU advocate who strongly believes in the freedom cause.
  
I work for RedHat, as Instructor. 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 and wrote in a few lines of python code [http://code.google.com/p/mlapd mlapd], an [http://www.postfix.org/SMTPD_POLICY_README.html access policy delegation] daemon for Postfix
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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 and wrote in a few lines of python code [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]
  
 
Currently I'm playing a bit with the comet/[http://cometd.com/bayeux/ bajeux] protocol and with its partial implementation made in [http://orbited.org orbited], a comet server written in python.
 
Currently I'm playing a bit with the comet/[http://cometd.com/bayeux/ bajeux] protocol and with its partial implementation made in [http://orbited.org orbited], a comet server written in python.
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I found in Fedora a nice compromise between the end user perspective and the power user perspective (yeah my girlfriend uses it too!), that's why I would like to contribute to it.
 
I found in Fedora a nice compromise between the end user perspective and the power user perspective (yeah my girlfriend uses it too!), that's why I would like to contribute to it.
  
Hello world.
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* email gfidente@redhat.com
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* gpg 08D733BA
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* irc gfidente
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What else, hello world, it's obvious.

Revision as of 12:50, 30 May 2008

I (Giulio Fidente) am a long standing GNU advocate who strongly believes in the freedom cause.

I work for red hat. In 2003 I started cruxppc, a port of crux for the power architecture platform, then after a couple of years I left the team and wrote in a few lines of python code mlapd, an access policy delegation daemon for postfix

Currently I'm playing a bit with the comet/bajeux protocol and with its partial implementation made in orbited, a comet server written in python.

In the latest times I'm having fun just playing with django and turbogears.

I found in Fedora a nice compromise between the end user perspective and the power user perspective (yeah my girlfriend uses it too!), that's why I would like to contribute to it.

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

What else, hello world, it's obvious.