I discovered Mozilla in March 2014 thanks to a Firefox OS hackathon in Milan that we, me and my team, won, getting a Geeksphone Peak.
Then I started developing Open Web Apps specially with that team, publishing different apps on the Firefox Marketplace:
In the summer 2014, thanks to another Mozilla project, I owned an Alcatel One Touch Flame.
In November 2014 I joined Firefox Student Ambassador team and, as FSA, in April 2015 I held the first meeting with Niccolò Cantù in order to let our university fellow know about Mozilla Community, its scopes, how to contribute and teach them first steps to develop Open Web Apps for Firefox OS. Then, driven by the success that this event had, we decided to make Firefox OS Afternoon, so we called it, a weekly meeting.
In March 2015, with Niccolò we've created the first Italian Firefox Club in Milan, at the Università degli Studi, you can find the Firefox Milano blog here.
In July 2015 I received the FSA Trainee recognition.
In October 2015 I received the FSA Junior recognition.
On 24th October 2015, for the Linux Day, I did two talks about Mozilla and Firefox OS (Reps page - Blog article). Linux Day is an italian initiative in order to raise awareness of the open source (/hardware) world.
I also write about Mozilla, Firefox, Firefox OS, Linux and Free Software on my blog and InTheBit.
Tagssf-monument, html, firefoxos, boot2gecko, mozilla italia, italy
LanguagesEnglish, Spanish, Italian
Aronne have helped the Web Compatility in Italy, has helped the Firefox OS Quick Guide Italian version, member of the Italian community and Firefox OS App Developer and with Niccolo Cantù are working to open the first Firefox Club in Italy.