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Wada3an, good-bye, bye bye, pip pip, farewell, cheerio, Salam

Life is taking me into different route and now I decided to quit all IT related activities and go back to the awesome pen and paper.

I'm closing this by the end of Feb at max, I'm also working on transferring the leadership of Jolug (Jordan Linux Users Group), JoPHP (Jordan PHP Programmers), Ubuntu-Jo (Ubuntu Jordan LoCo Team) and Ubuntu Arabic team into the active contributors that I met during my involvement in these communities.

I still can be reached at blog[at]jadmadi[dot]net until I shut everything down permanently.

Blogging were a good experience which I may knock its door again but in a different form and shape but that should not be within the next foreseen years.


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