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I’ve turned to emacs’ (and orgmode) religion in the mid 2010s, as I got bored of Window$ and delved into gnu/linux OS. I also felt I needed something more than just a word processor, something that would let me choose how to do things on my computer. I found it.

There were hard times, since I have no dev background at all. I have survived thanks to the generosity of the emacs gang. Thank you all, emacs people !

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