Happy birthday. 10 Years of Byte-code SRL!
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Meetup 2010 – Interlaken, Switzerland. Probably, one of the best Meetup (or at least the same level of the 2008′s one). Location was a bit far away this time, we went to Interlaken, Switzerland and was chosen because of the exciting activity planned on Sunday: canyoing!
But canyoing wasn’t the only news in this Meetup.
We had a full day of talks and speeches about various interesting topics: profiling, mobile, agile and so on, two “Free beer” evenings, a BBQ on a boat on Saturday night. Simply amazing!
The talks sessions seemed quick, interesting and not heavy. We had also lightning speeches about funny stories happened with customers (unfortunately I cannot mention anything but, trust me, it was really funny!). I came home with some new ideas and new starting point for new though.
During the evening there was a free beer for every participant to Hooters, and we’ve got double hangovers. My suggestion, that came Friday when was too late was: “Next year we shouldn’t have ‘free beer’ it on Friday”.
Saturday evening we had a beautiful BBQ on a boat, we also risked to miss it because we went initially to the wrong lake (grasse risate) but we fixed the mistake by catching a train in time and go to the correct location! The weather was pretty good, we had a very nice view of the lake and the mountains; the sunset was amazing: a bit yellow, orange and surrounded by blue.
Sunday was the “exciting activity day”: canyoing. We walked down a torrent surrounded by high rocks and sometimes entered in small canyons. We jump in the water, climb rocks, got wet in the freezing mountain water. Simply fantastic!
Next year… canyoing level 2? or parachuting? Who knows?
Here you can find all my photos.
Linux TAG: when .org meet .com., the most important opensource event in Europe.
Linux TAG is the first event I attended with Fedora project. My participation, this year was short, just the weekend, for the FUDCon.
As usually FUDCon was interesting and funny I met a lot of new people (the world is small but the people are many) and of course I don’t remember all their names
I arrived Friday night to – I discover the day after – Tegel Airport (instead of Schoenefeld) and I reach the other guys that were exactly in the same place of one year ago “en passant”, and of course Italian Restaurant.
The FUDCon was introduced by an interesting, as usually, keynote of Paul Frields then Barcamp sessions started. I wanted to present something but the schedule was decided the day before when I wasn’t yet arrived. Too bad.
I attended QA and git for hackers, fedoracommunity, Design for F12, Symboli 2.0 and Simon sessions talks.
I have to say thanks to Mairin to change the abits of people and bring us far from “en passant” (of course we need more woman). Sorry guys but I like to change restaurant sometimes
I also discovered why is not a good idea to say “I have a flickr account” to dutch people.
You can get some photos from my “yahoo photo” account.
June is going to be a bit heavy. All weekends are taken:
- 6th: Memobyte (Mantova): Event related on electronic and embedded systems, with a lot of companies involved in. I’ll be there to support Fedora FEL with some light speeches (during all the day) and a booth with gadgets, USB station. Thanks to Gianluca, Alexjan and Stefano who agreed to come with me.
- 13th: ConfSL & LUGConf (Bologna): I’ll be in Bologna as two role: as President of LOLUG (no profit organization about Linux) and as Fedora Ambassador. This conference is really important to give a structure and exchange experiences in local user groups. Of course I’ll be there as Fedora ambassador because ConfSL has a lot of ubuntu/debian supporter, so I have to bring some fresh air
- 19th-21th: Byte-code MeetUp (Bormio): The third annual Byte-Code MeetUp, a combination of sessions, talks, workshops, and hackfests in which contributors work on specific initiatives. This year will be some international VIPs
- 26th-28th: Fedora EMEA FUDCon (Berlin): Fedora user and developer conferences will include two days of hackfests and possibly some presentations, followed by a day of BarCamp.
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Symbolic is the FIRST OPENSOURCE datacenter management platform and cloud computing solution. Based on leading Opensource system administration technologies (Func, Cobbler, Puppet, and much more) permit to automate your enterprise environment, datacenter or cloud computing network.
Finally, after three months Symbolic 1.3.0 has been release with new cool features and new website.
Symbolic 1.3.0 has three key features:
- Cloud computing support (virtual machines management over Cluster)
- Machines provisioning with cobbler
- XEN console connection through VNC protocol.
you can see it in action on videos published weeks ago:
As usually, any suggestion and/or proposal is welcome!
Symbolic development website was moved from byte-code projects website to fedorahosted: the best place for an opensource project. Thanks to fedora admins we successfully import our git and trac database.
I’m so happy to write this post.
I did RHCE exam in Friday 19 September, and it was not so simple. The only problem I got was when, during troubleshooting, I destroy my grub installation but, after a lot of reboot-try it, reboot-try, … I fixed it and resolve the real problem in that machine.
I got my result on Friday night: I was talking by phone with my mother and while she asked me about exam result…I pressed “send and receive”…and…Wundabar: result: PASS!!!
Best congratulation with Paul for his RHCE