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I just saw this today, so please forgive my lateness in offering my sincerest condolences on your loss.

I'm always at a bit of a loss as to what to say in situations like this, but, please, allow me to add a few words of admiration to what has already been shared. Almut's posts were always helpful and her insight to Perl and how to express that to a new coder was really wonderful. I will miss reading her posts and her brilliant solutions to our problems.

Thank you for sharing your loss with us in what must be very trying times for you. I hope you will see from the comments how well loved your SO was by so many and how she will be missed and how her memory will live on through her contributions here.

In reply to Re: Sad news (Almut) by RyuMaou
in thread Sad news (Almut) by Anonymous Monk

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