July 23, 2017
About Roberto Galoppini
In 2001 started up a small firm specialized in infrastructural solutions based on Open Source software. In 2004 launched the first Italian consortium of Open Source SMEs, becoming its president. Collaborates to academy research on Open Source organizational models and on Open Source meta-districts, keeps rubrics and writes articles on ICT magazines. http://robertogaloppini.net

Useful Open Source Project Management Tools

July 15, 2010 Roberto Galoppini

SOS Open Source has been used to find and select open source web-based project management with issue-tracking and time-tracking tools to manage multiple IT projects, possibly localized in Italian (or at least open for internazionalization and localization).

The Unified Communication Ecosystem And The Integration

December 17, 2009 Roberto Galoppini

Having chaired for two years the open source telephony sessions at the VON Europe conference and at the Broadband Business Forum, I am sorry I missed the last event recently held in Rome. I asked Diego Gosmar – Marketing Director at Xenialab and frequent speaker at these events – to share his vision about […]

Understanding Apache Subversion Techniques

December 3, 2009 Roberto Galoppini

A Few days ago Subversion has been submitted to the Apache Incubator, a move praised by many as the natural fit for both projects, both for technical reasons (Apache projects use Subversion, Subversion relies on many Apache projects) and a shared vision about IP (same license) and community governance (same […]

GNOME Foundation Calls For Collaboration For Support

January 10, 2009 Roberto Galoppini

Sugar Labs – the no-profit foundation behind the sugar educational software platform running on the OLPC – joined the GNOME Foundation as part of the GNOME Advisory Board. The GNOME Foundation after welcoming on board the Mozilla Foundation, and more recently Motorola and Google, keeps bringing on board third parties. […]