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FLOSS lovers Ramadan Iftar day

To all Free/Libre/Open Source Software lovers and enthusiastic in the Kingdom, we are planning for a FLOSS Ramadan Iftar day gathering for Jolug, Ubuntu Jordan and Jordan PHP.

We didn't decide the day yet but it should take place sometime between 15-25 Ramadan/September and should cost around 20 JOD per fasting human in one of 3+ stars hotels.

If you are one of them, if you want to get to know them, if you want a prove that we eat with a GUI not CLI or if you just feel hungry and want to join bunch of geeks on Iftar, send me an email to blog (at) Syntux {dot} net including your mobile number to arrange money collection for reservation.

Ramadan Karim :-)



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