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Mauro Gianni DePalma

Mauro DePalma (born 2 February 1955 in Rome, Italy) is a computer programmer and Linux developer. Highly customized the Softlanding Linux System distribution for a start-up company to the point that it was the in-house operating system for developers and service operators. By 1995 he had crafted the commercial Craftworks Linux distribution for Intel 32-bit processors, collaborating with Digital Equipment Corporation a DEC Alpha port was completed; it mostly sold in northern Europe. Redirecting energies back to Open source software and Intel 32-bit processors, he started the Generations Linux distribution series.