[Ambassadors] New Ambassador and Regional Law to support FLOSS

Thomas Chung tchung at fedoraproject.org
Wed Jun 13 03:27:23 UTC 2007

On 6/12/07, Mario Torre <neugens at limasoftware.net> wrote:
> Hello everyone!
> I'm writing to the list to introduce myself as well as to talk about an
> important opportunity for the FLOSS ecosystem in general (and to some
> degree to Fedora itself).
> I've asked to join the Fedora Ambassador group in the hope to be
> helpful, and there is not much else I can say other than that I'm
> really, really happy to be part of the family.
> In my daily life I work on Free Software, both as a developer and doing
> consulting services for small to medium sizes companies in the area
> where I live (Salerno, Italy), just as I think many of you do too in
> their daily jobs.
> On 15 June (this Friday already!), I have to give a presentation of a
> new Regional Law that pushes the use of FLOSS/Open Standards in the
> Public Administration. This is the work of years and many finally
> arriving to an end and I'm very proud of that too.
> I would like to go to the talk not "only" as a member of the local LUG
> and part of the organizations behind this Law, but also as an official
> Fedora Ambassador, if you think it is the case.
> I'll write down a summary of this meeting and the text of the Law itself
> (but I'm not a lawyer, so the English translation may not be accurate
> and will be for your interest only).
> Any questions welcomed!
> Mario

Thank you Mario. I'll make sure to submit your Event Report to FWN.
Thomas Chung

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