Blogging Archive

9 Jun 2016

Support Post with Official Mugshot

Today, I have added another amazing title to my open source CV: persona non grata. This morning, while entering the hotel where a company is hosting an event focused on open source software (I am a member
18 Feb 2012

Change of Focus

I have changed the name of the blog, to reflect the focus on the thinking behind the marketing activity at The Document Foundation. I would like to make it clear that this is a personal blog, where
11 Feb 2009

Mobile Posting

I’m writing this post on my Nokia E71 with Wavelog. It’s the first post of this kind, but I hope that the possibility of blogging from mobile will help me in writing more frequently than during the
10 Sep 2008

Why don’t we vote for the US president?

According to a BBC research, Italy has the second-largest majority favouring the election of Barack Obama as US president and a large majority believes America’s relations with the rest of the world would improve under an Obama
13 Jul 2008

Why “Open Opinions”

I have been mumbling quite a lot on the editorial strategy of this blog. Originally, I wanted to cover marketing of open source software following my experience about I have soon realized, though, that the open
26 Jun 2008

The feed is working again

Thanks to Gianluca Diegoli (if you understand Italian, his [mini]marketing blog is a must read), I have discovered that the RSS feed of my blogs wasn’t working. After a quick search on the WordPress site, I have
25 Jun 2008

Somethign has changed

I have changed the title, and I hope to have enough time to start blogging regularly.
23 Apr 2008

Identity crisis

For the Italian law I am a freelance journalist, as I am a member of the Italian association and I have also subscribed for 2008. For a small percentage of the community – in the area of