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I just found out today that for the past few years I've been pronouncing Mate wrong. It doesn't rhyme with Hate. It's pronounced mah-tay.
Same here. I was listening to one of the Linux podcasts I listen to and I was half listening and noticed they kept referring to a mah-tay and I just assumed it was some Android project lol.
After noticing it a few times I finally put two and two together and realized I had been pronouncing wrong in my head the whole time :-)
I bet we heard it on the same podcast. It was one of Jupiter Broadcasting's podcasts. Listen to them all the time. I can stay caught of just by listening on the way to work and back every day.
Not sure if they're on Jupiter Broadcasting or not because I get them on the Tune-In app. This one is the 'Linux Action Show'. I'll usually catch it during work on Monday mornings.
Yup, that's the one. You would probably like their other ones too.