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Antonio Trande
Antonio Trande
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Location: Salento, Italy
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Birthday: December,5 1980
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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:
- 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

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Packages reviewed and approved

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Packages which i'm reviewing

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My projects in Copr

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 25 and Fedora 26 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.


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


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