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Updated: 2017-03-10T10:41:39Z

 



WordPress.comUbuntu Global Jam: Italy

2012-03-06T20:10:07Z

It has been a great evening! Very productive and we had a lot of fun. For those whom Tuscany is not too far away, tomorrow in the city of PISA we’ll have an Ubuntu Testing Party. You will discover how to be involved in Ubuntu with testing and about the Italian Localized CD project! See […](image)

It has been a great evening! Very productive and we had a lot of fun.

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For those whom Tuscany is not too far away, tomorrow in the city of PISA we’ll have an Ubuntu Testing Party. You will discover how to be involved in Ubuntu with testing and about the Italian Localized CD project!

See you tomorrow! (image)


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Ubuntu Global Jam: Italy

2011-08-25T08:39:44Z

With the help of the PTLUG the Italian LoCo Team is organizing the Ubuntu Global Jam in the city of Pistoia. We’ll talk about Testing, Bug Report and Triage. And we’ll have a lot of fun testing Oneiric Beta1! If you’re in the area don’t miss it!(image)

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With the help of the PTLUG the Italian LoCo Team is organizing the Ubuntu Global Jam in the city of Pistoia.

We’ll talk about Testing, Bug Report and Triage. And we’ll have a lot of fun testing Oneiric Beta1!

If you’re in the area don’t miss it!


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Don’t Kill Your Audience! Enlighten Your Presentation Style!

2011-07-21T20:23:39Z

Today I made a session at the Ubuntu Community Week about presenting. For those who may have missed it, you can download the PDF Handout which includes slides and the script. Enjoy! 🙂(image)

Today I made a session at the Ubuntu Community Week about presenting. For those who may have missed it, you can download the PDF Handout which includes slides and the script.

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Enjoy! (image)


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Ubuntu Opportunistic Programming @Europython: The slides

2012-08-03T09:31:27Z

  As I previously announced I attended the last Europython as a speaker and I made a presentation about Ubuntu and the Opportunistic Programming. This is the ODP file with slides and the PDF Handout. They also published the video of my english talk, but it’s a little bit weird because for the whole hour […](image)

 

As I previously announced I attended the last Europython as a speaker and I made a presentation about Ubuntu and the Opportunistic Programming. This is the ODP file with slides and the PDF Handout. They also published the video of my english talk, but it’s a little bit weird because for the whole hour the video shows the projected slides and only my shadow on the left. Oh yes, sometimes you can see even my shoulder. (image)

I hope somebody may find these slides useful and maybe reuse it.

UPDATE: Somebody said that not seeing my face in the video it’s a feature, not a bug. LOL!


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Ubuntu Opportunistic Programming @Europython

2011-06-15T14:22:03Z

EuroPython is the official European conference about the Python programming language. It is aimed at everyone in the Python community, of all skill levels, both users and programmers. The EuroPython 2011 will be held in the city of Florence, Italy. The place where I live is very close to Florence so I proposed a talk about […](image)

EuroPython is the official European conference about the Python programming language. It is aimed at everyone in the Python community, of all skill levels, both users and programmers. The EuroPython 2011 will be held in the city of Florence, Italy.

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The place where I live is very close to Florence so I proposed a talk about Ubuntu and the Opportunistic Programming. My proposal resulted very popular during the voting and they asked me to perform it both in English and Italian. It’s planned for Monday 20 June in English and for Tuesday 21 June in Italian.

During the talk I will talk about Launchpad and Quickly. After the talks I will share with a blogpost the slides and the handout I prepared.

Please wish me good luck! (image)


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Italian Ubuntu Party 2011

2011-05-04T09:36:35Z

Last weekend we had the first Italian Ubuntu Party. We made it in the pretty city of Schio (VI). Everything worked fine, thanks to the indefatigable Ubuntu-it Rockstar Dario Cavedon. During two days we had 24 Talks, Install parties and a lot of chat :). It has been a really nice event and I’m really looking […] Last weekend we had the first Italian Ubuntu Party. We made it in the pretty city of Schio (VI). Everything worked fine, thanks to the indefatigable Ubuntu-it Rockstar Dario Cavedon. During two days we had 24 Talks, Install parties and a lot of chat :). It has been a really nice event and I’m really looking forward to organizing the next one Thanks to all the people from the LUGs who helped Dario organizing it, and the Ubuntu-it Members coming from differents part of the country. [...]



Ubuntu Testing on the Open Week

2011-05-03T07:48:48Z

Natty is finally out and this week we have the Ubuntu Open Week. What is it an Open Week? Quoting from the wiki page “Ubuntu Open Week is a week of IRC tuition and Q+A sessions all about getting involved in the rock-and-roll world that is the Ubuntu community. We organise this week for the […](image)

Natty is finally out and this week we have the Ubuntu Open Week.(image)

What is it an Open Week? Quoting from the wiki page “Ubuntu Open Week is a week of IRC tuition and Q+A sessions all about getting involved in the rock-and-roll world that is the Ubuntu community. We organise this week for the beginning of a new release cycle to help new contributors get involved.

I’ll lead the Ubuntu Testing session at 15.00 UTC. We’ll talk about ISO Testing, LoCo Testing Team and the New Laptop Testing!

I hope to see you in there!


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Ubuntu Party: Italy

2011-04-27T10:30:04Z

Ubuntu Party: Schio (VI), Italy. 30 April / 1 May. Don’t miss it!(image)

Ubuntu Party: Schio (VI), Italy. 30 April / 1 May.

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Don’t miss it!


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ISO Testing on the GlobalJam Bootcamp

2011-03-27T12:53:54Z

The Ubuntu Global Jam is coming next weekend and in order to help LoCo Teams organizing their events we’ll have the Global Jam Boot Camp on IRC, channel #ubuntu-classroom. I’ll lead the ISO Testing session at 21.00 UTC (23:00 CET). We’ll talk about ISO Testing, LoCo Testing Team and the New Laptop Testing! Don’t miss it! […](image)

(image) The Ubuntu Global Jam is coming next weekend and in order to help LoCo Teams organizing their events we’ll have the Global Jam Boot Camp on IRC, channel #ubuntu-classroom.

I’ll lead the ISO Testing session at 21.00 UTC (23:00 CET). We’ll talk about ISO Testing, LoCo Testing Team and the New Laptop Testing!

Don’t miss it! (image)


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Ubuntu@Fermo

2011-01-24T21:34:04Z

  Last weekend we hold a conference in the nice town of Fermo, called Ubuntu@Fermo. Andrea Colangelo organized everything in every little detail and the weekend was just perfect. The event location was a conference center held by the municipality of Fermo and made into a deconsecrated church, really an amazing venue: During the evening we […](image)

 

Last weekend we hold a conference in the nice town of Fermo, called Ubuntu@Fermo. Andrea Colangelo organized everything in every little detail and the weekend was just perfect.
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The event location was a conference center held by the municipality of Fermo and made into a deconsecrated church, really an amazing venue:

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During the evening we spoke about the Ubuntu project and how to partecipate, the Ubuntu Women project, the opportunistic development in Ubuntu and the great Andrea Colangelo’s Talk “Debunking Ubuntu myths”.

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Thanks to Canonical for the nice gift they sent just in time for the conference and for the Conference Pack:

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More photos available:

Really a great conference!


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