[simbiosi] Re: Simbiosi.org is back and it's ready to rock!

  • From: "Gaetano Debenedetto" <gaedeb01@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: simbiosi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2008 19:23:32 +0100

Ehy, mi pioace. Bravo!

Appena avro' piu' tempo gli do un occhio.


On Thu, Oct 23, 2008 at 7:22 AM, Antenore Gatta <antenore@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi all,
> As are ages we are not working on Simbiosi.org, we can consider this
> as the first post in the mailing list.
> Simbiosi.org is not dead, it's just resurrected, with new ideas and new goals.
> Simbiosi is the Italian for symbiosys, From Wikipedia (the free encyclopedia)
> The term symbiosis (from the Greek: σύν syn "with"; and βίωσις biosis
> "living") commonly describes close and often long-term interactions
> between different biological species. The term was first used in 1879
> by the German mycologist, Heinrich Anton de Bary, who defined it as:
> "the living together of unlike organisms".[2][3]
> - Together we do better -
> Simbiosi.org wants to give an easy way to provide real, complete and
> working solutions based on OSS projects.
> This is achieved with the cooperation of small, medium and large
> enterpises with indipendent OSS specialist and the OSS community.
> How does it work?
> Companies, indipendent developrs/consultants
> If you are a company or an indipendent consultant, explain in our wiki
> your solution, providing the documentation and at least a case study.
> Fill the contact information form, so that customers can make in
> contact with you.
> OSS fan, developer, friend, etc.
> If you are an OSS fan, developer, friend, etc., help Simbiosi.org
> voting, improving and spreeding the proposed solutions.
> Helping us to develop and improve Simbiosi.org.
> We decided to use Devalot (http://projects.noscience.net/devalot), a
> really elastic software project management tool.
> So, join us at http://simbiosi.org and help the world to spread
> yourself and of course the OSS.

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