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Speaking at Moca Olografix Camp 2012

10th August 2012 in Thoughts

Moca is an hacking event that takes place once every four years in Italy.

This year, on the 25th of August I will be speaking about wireless community networks, the talk is based on this document that I wrote a couple of months ago in occasion of the Italian Free Software Conference: Reti Comunitarie: dall'Utopia alla Realtà.

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A Funny Thing Called Cryptocat

16th June 2012 in Thoughts

Cryptocat is free software that aims to provide an open, accessible Instant Messaging environment with a transparent layer of encryption that works right in your browser...

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Criptography for everyone

9th January 2012 in Thoughts

On Saturday 21st of January 2012 the guys at Ninux.org will host a talk about PGP (GnuPG) criptography in Rome and they will guide new users to learn how to protect their data.

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Django: Private File Upload and Serving

30th September 2010 in Coding

The standard Django FileFields assume you want to upload a file in a subdirectory of MEDIA_ROOT, what if you want to upload the file in a private directory above the web root, not accessible via http?
How can you serve the files then?

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Django: FileField with ContentType and File Size Validation

24th September 2010 in Coding

Immagine that you need to add the possibility to upload a PDF or Zip file in the django admin, but you want to be sure your client will upload only these two filetypes and not other ones.
You might also need the same functionality in the frontend, so why not use "ModelForm" and have just one validation for both applications (admin and frontend)?

In this short post I'll share with you my simple solution.

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When Lamers get Social: Fake Twitter Mails

9th June 2010 in Thoughts

The web-world evolves and grow esponentially every day, web-designers and web-developers have to stay up to date in order to be competitive in their field. But designers and developers are not the only professionals who work in the web industry and no I am not talking about SEOs, Social Media Experts or whatever new definition has just come out.

In this post I want to talk about lamers. Did you think about it? Lamers also got to stay up to date with the continous growing of the web! Infact they just joined twitter and if you also received a mail like this one below it means that...

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  1. Hi Ronak, for any question regarding OpenWISP, use one of the support channels: http://openwisp.org/support.html

    By Federico Capoano in netjsonconfig: convert NetJSON to OpenWRT UCI

  2. Hi, I have installed openwisp controller using ansible playbook. Now, i am adding the configurations automatically using OPENWRT devices in openwisp file by specifying shared_key so can you suggest me if I want to set limit to add configuration how can i do it?

    By Ronak in netjsonconfig: convert NetJSON to OpenWRT UCI

  3. Hi Julio! I missed your comment a few years ago but I'm glad you are working with OpenWISP, I'll try to reach you in private :-)

    By Federico Capoano in A Turning Point in my Life, Community Networks and OpenWISP

  4. Great news Aymará! Very happy to know this post has inspired you to experiment :-)

    By Federico Capoano in First DjangoGirls Rome wrap-up & afterthoughts

  5. Hi!! I'm a Django Girls coach too. Here, in Argentina, made just what you suggested, splited the workshop in two days. The experiment went just great! Most of the girls achieved to publish the blog from ground 0. It feels great to be helpfull ...

    By Aymará in First DjangoGirls Rome wrap-up & afterthoughts

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