Yes guys, April’s been an intensive month. I’ve written something about it some weeks ago, so please go and read my post, because I’m not going to come back on that things. The fact is, after that post happened many other things, starting by becoming an ubuntu-it member on the 17th of April. That’s a goal I reached, but the way is still very long and – luckily, I might say – I can’t see the end of it.
Let’s start with something concerning this: Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail was released on April 25th. Just imagine how much work this means not only for Canonical and the Ubuntu Community, but also for LoCo Teams (you know, those local communities like ubuntu-it). As you know, I am deep involved into ubuntu-it, as Press Team leader and as member of the Website Team. Both these teams had a lot to do in order to have all the things done for the release – as most of the other teams, but I can’t talk for them. The fact is, I couldn’t devote myself completely to Raring because I had a lot to do, but I did my best and I’d like to thank all the others, It’s been a great experience working with all of you. The best thing is that I haven’t finished yet: I recently started writing a number of articles on Engeene as a review of Ubuntu 13.04 (you can read the first here). Yes, I absolutely love writing this kind of posts. But let’s go further.
On the 1st and 2nd of June in Fermo (Italy) will be held the DUCC-IT (Debian/Ubuntu Community Conference Italy). Today we closed the Call for Paper and we’re going to publish the final schedule of the conference soon, as it is getting closer. At the event we’re going to meet celebrities such as Italo Vignoli (The Document Foundation), Renzo Davoli (University of Bologna), Ermanno Egidi (Wikipedia) and maybe Stefano Zacchiroli (former Debian Project Leader). For now, let me just say this: we’re going to have a lot of fun!
Talking about my personal experiences, I started learning a bit of Ruby and working with RefineryCMS. I’m really tired of those CMS written in PHP (like the one which is powering this blog, WordPress), because they doesn’t give me the freedom to do what I really want. What I want to do now is to develop a simple base for my future projects.
Among the others, there is another thing to highlight: I’m going to spend some more time for myself and my private life, so forgive me – or enjoy – if you don’t hear me for some days: just think I’m enjoying my life and try to do the same!
I think I’m missing something, but it’s the same…so, I promise I’ll take care of this piece of Web and tell you something more day by day, just follow me!