There's a nice binomial identity I am trying to understand. There are various algebraic proofs, but I am really interested in a combinatorial proof.
Some reading lead me to a monograph by a French mathematician that contains a combinatorial proof. Unfortunately, I don't speak French and I wasn't able to figure it from the text without it.
Can I ask a question asking for assistance in explaining the proof by members with some proficiency in French? (The monograph is available freely from the author's website)
If the answer to the previous question is negative, can you suggest me who to turn to with this problem?