Well, no, but I have inserted several 'e's into words on signs in the
building in which I work, or on days where I'm feeling particularly
disturbed by the lack of regularity in my daily language, turned the
odd 'i' into a 'y' and other 'y's into 'e's.
Sometimes it's like shooting ghoti in a barrel.
Perhaps, whatever one's views on the matter might be, we can all take
comfort in not being Blefuscudian.
On Thu, Feb 14, 2013 at 4:38 AM, Boheemen, Peter van
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> I guess you all have installed your 'libe applications' in your 'bine directory'?
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> Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] Lib or Libe
> After voting I am surprised at the results, its a library as in libe, not a leebrary as in lib, ryght or is that reeght or rit ?.
> Thomas or is it Thoomas
> you say tomato I say tomato
> pecan or pecan
> In these two examples maybe pronounce it as you wish or weesh or woosh, what ever.....
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> On Feb 13, 2013, at 11:08 AM, Fleming, Declan wrote:
>> Hi - at the conference, there has been much foment about how to pronounce the end of "code4lib".
>> Please go to:
>> and vote.