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Interview with Flavio Castelli, A Strigi Developer

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We are here today to talk about the Strigi project - the indexing and search technology of KDE 4 - and to interview Flavio Castelli, a key developer of Strigi.

Flavio can you introduce yourself to the KDE Italia readers? What did you study? Have you got a job?

I was born 25 years ago in Bergamo, a city near Milan in Italy. I have just taken a second level degree in computer engineering. Now I'm working as a consultant for an IT company in Milan.

When did you hear of KDE for the first time? When did you start using Linux and why?

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