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> Not to reply with "RTFM" or anything on this list (of all
> places), but a
> quick Google search found, among other hits, a well-reasoned
> with historical support, which is all I need to know...
Considering that we're dickering over whether the pronunciation of GIF more
resembles peanut butter or a camelopard, I feel compelled to point out that
Mike's approach is not RTFM, but STFW.
(My peeps know what I mean when I use a hard G; it's unambiguous, it's
understood, and that's what matters to me. YMMV.)
The nice thing about standards is that there are so many of them to choose
-- Andrew S. Tanenbaum
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