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Save The Dates: 11 Top International Ruby on Rails Conferences and Events 2017

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Copy-pasted from http://rubyconferences.org/ and they are again promoting their website, PLEASE REMOVE!

@Kaloyan It is not Copy-pasted data, kindly check again you can find detailed information with brief content which is not available @ rubyconferences.org.

@Bacancy You should at least mention the source ( http://rubyconferences.org/ ) because you copy-pasted the information together with the dates formatting! It is disrespectful if you “forget” to mention the source where you copy-pasted the information from. However it is great that you added a few word about each conference.

It is disrespectful to call it copy paste again and again. Rather than appreciating our efforts, you are blaming “copy-pasted the information together with the dates formatting”Please, do have a look again, the information is presented as the upcoming events/conferences format. And it is obvious that the dates and places for the Conferences/Events would be same.Please, Validate your knowledge, before giving our information “copy-paste” tag.

It is disrespectful to call it copy paste again and again. Rather than appreciating our efforts, you are blaming “copy-pasted the information together with the dates formatting”Please, do have a look again, the information is presented as the upcoming events/conferences format. And it is obvious that the dates and places for the Conferences/Events would be same.Please, Validate your knowledge, before giving our information “copy-paste” tag.

I prefer to “validate my knowledge” in something much more valuable than explaining you why it is important to respect the others and put reference links in your articles.

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