Week 2011-11-27 in review

Share and make Facebook rich (and you get nothing you would not get for free anyway) have http://t.co/g6QWXOIL # Keep pressing Congress even if Business Software Alliance now backpedaling on SOPA support http://t.co/qotDFyPr # First article in a series about improving the Nova privilege escalation security model. Today: Analysis of the curre… http://t.co/jt6njNhX # One…

The debate about foundations for open source projects

Two interesting articles debating about foundations for open source projects. Mikeal Rogers argues that Apache Software Foundation has served its purpose in its 12 years and now is only preserving the problem to justify its existence. Ten years ago open source projects faced a long list of barriers to entry. Source hosting was a pain…

Week 2011-11-20 in review

Very sad news. I met Ilya at SFLUG meeting where I was presenting the FreedomBox project. My condolescence to his fa… http://t.co/QpPyg5PL # Red Hat Co-Founder’s Latest Venture Prepares to Battle Amazon http://t.co/EI2Onw16 # What's in the OpenStack Essex-1 milestone for Keystone, Glance, Horizon a… http://t.co/pc8a6Gz3 # The Wikileaks of 100 years ago: Europe's archived…

Week 2011-11-13 in review

Su Via Solari sono caduto in moto per lo stesso motivo ma a me è andata bene. Non ho mai capito perché Milano toller… http://t.co/A9JkIRkG # CIA's Open Source Center harvests Twitter and social media to understand the world http://t.co/YykumLSu # I agree: the real cause of Wikileaks problems is the loss of moral credibility…

Week 2011-11-06 in review

I can't wait to try it: 3D GPS navigation through your windshield http://t.co/Z0YX48VF # Shuttleworth from stage thanks Rackspace for OpenStack! #uds # tassare il lavoro 'precario' fa solo diminuire lo stipendio. I politicanti attuali non sanno creare alternative http://t.co/li4KVmpv # Live streaming, remote participation with IRC, 700 people attending in Orlando, food, coffee, snacks,…

OpenStack at UDS

What a week! Ubuntu Developer Summit is one of the best meetings I have attended to. Here are a few things that impressed me most. The infrastructure is amazing! The networking is astonishingly good. I learned that the Ubuntu team bypasses the usually lame the Internet connections provided by the hotels and puts down their…