Once upon a time, there was an Algebra professor.
He was Italian.
He loved sports.
He had a motorbike.
He loved to tour all around Europe.
But most of all, he was passionate about TeX.
Almost 30 years ago, he entered a room.
And he saw a book.
And he read it.
He was able to quote everything from it.
He was a member of several user groups.
And one group in special.
He reached an impressive milestone today.
A great day for TeX.
Knuth would be proud.
We all feel honoured.
His devotion to make the world a better place.
To make TeX being known and loved.
To spread kindness.
Legends live on.
Congratulations, my friend.
Congratulations, and thanks a lot for the help I received!
Congrats! Those drawings should’ve been made in TeX 🙂
Congratulazioni, Enrico. Da uno come te c’è sempre qualcosa da imparare!
A giant leap for TeX-kind!
E ‘veramente un modo simpatico per riconoscere i suoi meriti. Complimenti anche a te.
Congratulations! I think many of us have been waiting for this moment 🙂
Congrats. Keep up the good work!
Congrats and thanks for the help!
@iloveX I also didn’t understand immediately this “carton-style” (specifically “xkcd-style”) blog post (“A new milestone”) from Paulo Cereda .
However, after some searches & guesses, I think I “got it”:
The user “egreg” – http://tex.stackexchange.com/users/4427/egreg – that is, in “real life”, the Italian Algebra Professor “Enrico Gregorio” – http://profs.scienze.univr.it/~gregorio/ – surpassed 200.000 points (that’s what “200K” – that may be misread as “zook” -stands for, in this blog post) in the “TeX – LaTeX Stack Exchange” site.
So, many congrats and thanks to Prof. Enrico Gregorio, a.k.a. egreg ! 🙂