On Thu, 21 Feb 2002, Lee Kindness wrote:
> Vince Vielhaber writes:
> > On Thu, 21 Feb 2002, Dominic J. Eidson wrote:
> > > On Thu, 21 Feb 2002, Lee Kindness wrote:
> > > > On a slightly related note, and just as whimsical nature...
> > > > I've often wondered now many people actual say the name 'PostgreSQL',
> > > > I mean it flows off the tongue so easily! Whereas 'Postgres' is 100
> > > > times simpler...
> > > As much as I get really bored when this comes up time after time..
> > > "post-gre-sql" (And no, SQL's not pronounced sequel)
> > The proper pronunciation is on the PostgreSQL home page in mp3 and
> > wav formats. The above implies that the second sylable is pronounced
> > with a long e which is incorrect.
> I know how it's pronounced, I never said anything to the contrary! The
> actual fact that there is a need for the pronunciation on the webpage
> hints at my point - it's a real mouthful!
> And as I said this was a 'whimsical' post - I don't really care either
> way what the name is... But i'm sure most people shorten it to
I shorten it to PgSQL, and just 'pronounce' the letters *shrug*
Postgres is a different project, with a different Query langauge ...
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