Who am I?
There, I started working at Igalia back in late 2005 through an internship. I became an employee in early 2006 and finally turned into a partner of the company in October 2010.
After working in different kind of projects throughout those years, I´ve spent most of my time from 2010 until late 2012 hacking on WebKitGTK+ (the port of the WebKit web engine to the GTK+ platform) as part of Igalia´s WebKit team, by helping to improve accessibility support for ATK/AT-SPI based Assistive Technologies and to define and implement the new WebKit2GTK+ API.
In early 2013 I moved to the lovely town of Staines in the UK to join the Smart TV team in Samsung Research UK and, after almost one year in the company, I moved to Samsung’s Open Source Group in November 2013, where I worked as a part of a team focused on contributing upstream to the WebKit and Blink projects.
In August 2014, I left Samsung and joined Endless as a member of the core team in order to help creating a new kind of operating system specifically aimed at providing access to technology for the next billion people in the developing world: Endless OS.
You can find me in different places out there in the Internet:
Also, you can contact me by e-mail dropping me a line at mario [AT] this domain name [DOT] org.