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Jaromil

Jaromil the Rasta Coder (RASTASOFT.org) is an Italian GNU/Linux programmer, author and maintainer of three free software programs and an operating system.

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http://www.rastasoft.org/

Jaromil the Rasta Coder (RASTASOFT.org) is an Italian GNU/Linux programmer, author and maintainer of three free software programs and an operating system: MuSE (for running a web radio), FreeJ (for veejay and realtime video manipulation), HasciiCam (ascii video streaming) and dyne:bolic (the bootable CD running directly without requiring installation, a popular swiss army knife in the fields of production and broadcasting of information). All his creations are freely available online under the GNU General Public License (Free Software Foundation). His work has featured in CODeDOC II (Whitney Museum Artport), Read_Me 2.3 (runme.org), negotiations 2003 (Toronto CA), I LOVE YOU (MAK Frankfurt), Rhizome, P0es1s digitale poesie (Berlin). Wired to the matrix since 1991 (BBS point on CyberNet 65:1500/3.13), in 1994 he co-founded the nonprofit organisation Metro Olografix for the diffusion of telematic cultures, and in 2000 opened the software atelier dyne.org. He is currently a member of the FreakNet, sub-root for autistici/inventati.org, active with italy indymedia, Radio Onda Rossa (Roma 87.9FM), Streamtime and ASCII.