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Free software advocate in China.


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awarded  Critic
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accepted Is the usage of “in your humble opinion” correct?
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revised Is the usage of “in your humble opinion” correct?
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revised Is the usage of “in your humble opinion” correct?
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asked Is the usage of “in your humble opinion” correct?
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
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comment Escalade vs escalate
@Hmobius: Yes, that should be escalate after I search in the Jira documentation.
Oct
17
accepted Escalade vs escalate
Oct
17
comment Escalade vs escalate
Are you saying that is an misuse?
Oct
17
asked Escalade vs escalate
Jun
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accepted A joke about blind date
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asked A joke about blind date
Jan
5
accepted Is “Linux-dependent” right?
Jan
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comment Is “Linux-dependent” right?
@slim Thank you for your explanation. I agree it is not very clear to just say Linux-dependent. What kind of particle do you think dependent is here?
Jan
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comment Is “Linux-dependent” right?
I think Linux-depending is also right, but people tend to use the former usage. From dependent etymology it says dependent is from the present particle of the French word dépendre, so it is like depending in English.
Jan
4
comment Is “Linux-dependent” right?
I do not understand dependent as an adjective used here. Or is it used like a past particle?