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Nov 10, 2003, 10:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Jean-Luc Fontaine is 47 years old. He has a lot of varied interests including physics, martial arts, motorcycles, the blues, and free software. He lives and works today in MIS in Bordeaux, France, where he says the greatest wine in the world is made. He worked in the Silicon Valley, Japan, and Paris before settling in Bordeaux. And speaking of an interest in free software, the code that he used to write his monitoring package called Moodss has earned high praise from Eric Raymond in his new book 'The Art of Unix Programming,' where he writes 'The code is polished, mature, and considered an exemplar in the Tcl community.'

"Jean-Luc dropped me a note after seeing the GKrellM review a week or two ago and invited me to take a look at his Modular Object Oriented Dynamic SpreadSheet (Moodss) project. I've had the chance to do that over the past couple of days. Here is what I've found..."

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