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I am a Christian, as well as an open-source technologist working as a systems engineer.

I'm interested in GNU/Linux systems, configuration management and deployment, virtualization, LaTeX and many other things.

See my blog for more info, or [my CV page][2].

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Aug
17
asked Que choisir, « de plus » ou « en plus » ?
Aug
17
comment Pourquoi place-t-on une espace avant les ponctuations fortes ? — Why is there a space before certain punctuation marks?
Actually, it's even finer than that: there is a non-breaking space before a period for example, but it's a non-breaking thin space before a semi-colon, an exclamation mark or a question mark...
Aug
17
answered Pluriel de « libre à lui »
Aug
17
comment When to use “en” vs “dans”?
@Louhike: I noticed, no problem :-)
Aug
17
revised When to use “en” vs “dans”?
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Aug
17
awarded  Commentator
Aug
17
comment When to use “en” vs “dans”?
@Louhike, you're right about Iran, I'll update my answer.
Aug
17
revised When to use “en” vs “dans”?
added 74 characters in body
Aug
17
comment When to use “en” vs “dans”?
@Vincent: good point, I'll mention that, too.
Aug
17
comment When to use “en” vs “dans”?
@Louhike: All these examples are feminine names that I can tell. I can't think of a country name beginnning with a vowel that is not feminine in French...
Aug
17
awarded  Editor
Aug
17
revised When to use “en” vs “dans”?
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Aug
17
comment When to use “en” vs “dans”?
@Vincent: Thanks, I'll update with this.
Aug
17
comment When to use “en” vs “dans”?
@Louhike: do you have examples of these?
Aug
17
awarded  Teacher
Aug
17
answered When to use “en” vs “dans”?
Aug
17
answered « Autant pour moi » ou « Au temps pour moi » ?
Aug
17
comment If “Je t'aime” means “I love you”, how do you say “I like you” in French while still addressing the other person as “tu”?
@Pierre: right...
Aug
17
comment If “Je t'aime” means “I love you”, how do you say “I like you” in French while still addressing the other person as “tu”?
I guess you mean girlfriends, rather than girl friends, or else you might get in trouble with your special one ;-)
Aug
17
awarded  Critic