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From:Paul DuBois Date:August 24 2000 6:34am
Subject:Re: What's the "official" pronunciation of MySQL?
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At 10:02 PM -0700 08-23-2000, Jeremy D. Zawodny wrote:
>On Thu, Aug 24, 2000 at 12:32:56AM -0400, Brian wrote:
>
>>  well I've heard My "es-que-el" and My "sequel".  Is there a
>>  preferred pronunciation or is it still up in the air?
>
>I've normally heard (and use) My "es-que-el".
>
>I can't recall what I heard the MySQL developers use at the Open
>Source Conference, though. Hm. Must have been what I use, or I would
>have remembered. Or not.
>
>I think a FAQ or book mentioned this one time. So maybe that's where I
>picked it up.
>
>But according to google, this is one of those timeless questions...
>
>   http://www.tryc.on.ca/archives/mysql/Dec1997/0113.html
>
>Heh.
>
>Jeremy

It's not a timeless question; it's in the MySQL Reference Manual, on
about, oh, the second page. :-)

My-ess-queue-ell.

-- 
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
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