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Shlomi Loubaton (date of birth unknown) (שלומי לובטון) is an Israeli Open source software developer, activist and blogger. He is primarily known as the creator of the Kazit Live CD (a Knoppix derivative), that is a popular Internationalization and localization Israeli Live CD. He has been active in the Israeli Open source software community, and has contributed to several international free software projects. Loubaton also maintains a blog.
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