Posts Tagged ‘eclipse’

The need to constantly keep in touch with your communities

Wednesday, October 15th, 2014

Here is the list of the events in which I’m participating in the fourth quarter of 2014. If you come, I’ll be very pleased to meet you. Main reason for participation is my need to keep in touch with my communities. This means: keep updated with what’s going on, contribute as you can and, mainly, […]

Proud to be three times OSI member

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

Recently I had the privilege to appear in the Member Profile section of the Open Source Initiative newsletter because I am the first person to be three-time OSI member in one go. As I serve OW2 community as a director, I’m the reference contact for OSI as OW2 Associate member. As the director of Engineering […]

Orgoglioso di essere tre volte affiliato ad OSI

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

Ho di recente avuto l’onore di comparire nella sezione Member Profile della newsletter di Open Source Initiative perché sono il primo membro ad essere affiliato per ben tre volte! Come direttore del consorzio OW2, sono il riferimento nel ruolo di OW2 Associate member. Come direttore del Centro di Competenza Open Source di Engineering, sono affiliato […]

Productivity Intelligence: bridging the gap between developers and enterprise standards

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

[A previous post about Productivity Intelligence and 3D analysis is here. You can also see a presentation and read the use case. This article has been posted in Eclipse Newsletter – Project Quality – September 2014.] What Productivity Intelligence is. Engineering Group has adopted an innovative approach within its Software Labs to measure quality in […]

Which relationship between enterprises and the free software community?

Monday, September 19th, 2011

Finally, the paper supporting my speech at the 5th Italian Conference on Free Software, June 2011,  is available. It includes many quotes coming from the Community track of fOSSa Conference 2010 – by the way, stay tuned with fOSSa 2011: registration will open soon! – and from the Open World Forum Paris, 2010 – come […]

Importance of women values in FLOSS

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

Time has gone since Open World Forum 2010, Paris, but this topic is on stage again. A recent paper appeared in Cepis Upgrade October 2010 issue, entitled “Information Technologies: A Profession for Men?” says: “women are currently under-represented in the technical areas of the IT”. Nothwithstanding they also say: “there is no reason why a […]

Gender diversity: why women matter in FLOSS

Thursday, August 26th, 2010

The agenda of the upcoming Open World Forum, Paris includes a Diversity Summit: Why women matter? The assumption is that “FLOSS still faces gender inequality, to an even greater extent than the wider IT industry which itself is seen as an area where discrimination is widespread.” About the same topic, Free Software Foundation hosts a […]