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Jordan LoCo: Ubuntu Desktop Course

Yesterday we had a very energetic LoCo meeting and we decided to have a fixed monthly schedule

  • Monthly FLOSS introductory lecture

  • Monthly Ubuntu Desktop Course

  • Monthly Ubuntu Installation Festival


This month we will do it at Jordan University and I'm so excited about it but that's just the kick start of what we are planning to do.
I'll keep this blog updated about LoCo Team activities and plans in the Kingdom, so stay tuned!
Ubuntu Desktop Course - Ubuntu Jordan LoCo Team
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  1. Excellent work!
    You might be interested in holding Packaging Jams too: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/MOTU/RunningPackagingJam and http://wiki.ubuntu.com/PackagingGuide/HandsOn - if you need any help with setting it up, let me know.

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  2. Nice
    IEEE JU student branch is really pleased to have this kind of partnership , looking forward to more activities .
    JU student branch secretary.

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