> No. If it had been, I would have mentioned the source.
> I personally don't think it's worth bothering with.
I would second this. Most people I know try to say PostgreSQL only until
they install it, then call it Postgres. It is our own fault for having a
difficult name for the software.
If were up to me, we would change back to Postgres as it is even easier
to say than MySQL (less syllables).
I seriously doubt there is any confusion as to whether Postgres ==
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