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bio website oliver.salzburg.so
location Germany
age 30
visits member for 2 years, 1 month
seen May 9 at 7:16

• email: oliver.salzburg@gmail.com
• github: oliversalzburg
• google+: Oliver Salzburg


IT consultant, software engineer, open source enthusiast, alround computer guy

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  • Ctrl+X,*
  • postfix flush

May
9
comment Answer to “Machen Sie es gut”
I don't think this is a phrase you should use when addressing someone formally.
Dec
29
answered Stellung von “auch”
Nov
29
answered Can 'was' mean 'warum'?
Jul
31
awarded  Yearling
Feb
22
awarded  Analytical
Feb
21
awarded  Informed
Oct
11
comment Is it “Justageschraube” or “Justierschraube”?
@JohnSmithers: The word did not appear in an "old" dictionary, Duden mentions it's constructed from the German term with a French suffix. My reasoning was that it was only later accepted as an alternative term in the German language.
Oct
10
answered Is it “Justageschraube” or “Justierschraube”?
Oct
10
comment Is it “Justageschraube” or “Justierschraube”?
@Phira: I use .com and set it specifically to the US English version. It's still personalized to some degree, of course.
Oct
10
awarded  Scholar
Oct
10
accepted Is it “Justageschraube” or “Justierschraube”?
Oct
9
awarded  Student
Oct
9
comment Is it “Justageschraube” or “Justierschraube”?
@K.Stm.: I wasn't really aware that that has significance.
Oct
9
asked Is it “Justageschraube” or “Justierschraube”?
Sep
14
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
14
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
22
comment What is the role of “von” when specifying a person?
@wolfgang: Ah, got it. :)
Aug
22
comment What is the role of “von” when specifying a person?
@wolfgang: I'm pretty sure there is a misunderstanding, because I'm having a hard time relating your comment to my answer.
Aug
17
awarded  Teacher
Aug
17
answered What is the role of “von” when specifying a person?