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Antonio Trande
Antonio Trande ({{{pronouns}}})
Personal information
Location: Salento, Italy
Birthday: December,5 1980


GPG key: 6CE6D08A
Contact information
IRC: sagitter on irc.freenode.net
Twitter: antoniotrande

Fedora-specific information
FAS name: sagitter
Fedora e-mail: sagitter@fedoraproject.org
Fedora homepage: sagitter.fedorapeople.org
 


Presentation

My adventure with Linux began by chance in 2006, when intrigued by this unfamiliar world, i did search about it. Early, a screenshot captured me: that of 'Fedora core 6 Zod'. After some years, I am earning a small place directly in the Fedora Project.
I worked in the pharmaceutical industries as chemist, researcher, production operator, start-up of processing so I'm inclined to the testing and packaging of the scientific/chemical/mathematical open source software.

Work in progress:

- In my notebook I use CentOS 6, Fedora stable release.
- I have a personal blog to talk, inform, share my experiences with Fedora: fedoraos.wordpress.com
- I have translations in Italian Translation Team of Fedora Project
- Fedora Ambassador in my free time.
- Fedora Packager to contribute directly to the Project
- SciTech SIG member

Packages for Fedora

My packages in Fedora

See packages list

Packages reviewed and approved

See the list

Packages which i'm reviewing

See the list

My projects in Copr

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This software is already available on Fedora. Other packages still need SeqAn 1.4 to work, so I can't update to 2.* yet.

This unofficial repository provides RPMs for Fedora 34 and Fedora 35 of SeqAn.

SeqAn is an open source C++ library of efficient algorithms and data structures for the analysis of sequences with the focus on biological data. Our library applies a unique generic design that guarantees high performance, generality, extensibility, and integration with other libraries. SeqAn is easy to use and simplifies the development of new software tools with a minimal loss of performance.

RPMFusion

I'm maintaing the RPM packaging of MOC (Music On Consol player) released with license GPLv2. This software cannot be included in the official Fedora repositories; MOC depends by some RPMs located outside of official repositories (FFmpeg,libmad).

You can now get MOC by installing RPMFusion repositories and by executing the command

# dnf install moc 


LiVES is a Free, Open Source video editor and a VJ tool.

You can now get Lives by installing RPMFusion repositories and by executing the command

# dnf install lives

Translations

Fedora Project wiki pages translated

Following there are listed all wiki pages translated and maintained in Italian:

Fedora_Project_Wiki/it * Ambassadors/it * Architectures/ARM/it * Architectures/ARM/F20/Installation/it * BugZappers/it * Chromium/it * Design/it * DNF system upgrade/it *Docs Project/it * EPEL/it * FedoraLiveCD/it * FedUp/it * How to create a GNU Hello RPM package/it * How to create an RPM package/it * How to create and use Live USB/it * Magazine/it * I18N/it * Upgrading Fedora using yum/it * Infrastructure/it * Package_Maintainers/it * Systemd/it * L10N/it * Websites/it