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Twenty oh two two

For a standard that claims to be the one standard to bind them all, a method for developing standards, and a framework to allow multiple message syntaxes to co-exist, one might think that we could at least agree on how to pronounce the name.

Over the years I've heard all sorts of variations and I thought by now I've heard them all.  Surprisingly I heard a couple more today.  Two hundred thousand and twenty two.  Wow. That's a new one on me.

Come on people.  It's twenty oh two two.  Please get it right.

 

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Steve Goswell

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