Do you pronounce it “git” or “git”?
@Gargron Git, but sometimes git.
@Gargron Git not jit
@Gargron neither, it's "git"
@Gargron Like gif.
@Gargron git gud
@Gargron g as in goat. Not j as in jet.
@Gargron the first one.
@Gargron depends if it's "git" or "git"
@Gargron look at this Tau Jee
@Gargron Git as in without the f in gift...
@Gargron git with a “ga” obviously
@Gargron do not trigger another gif war :)
@Gargron like git and gif. But to avoid conflict and for clarity I spell them the way they're said, jit and jif.
@Gargron Definitely "git". Whoever says "git" is lame.
@Gargron I pronounce it as "git" which is different from how I pronounce "gif"
@Gargron I say "git", but have complete respect for those who say "git".
@Gargron we pronounce it like “Subversion”
@Gargron Ci-git votre code source :)
@Gargron Wasn't it "GIT" ?
@Gargron definitely "git"
@Gargron "Git" ofc!
@Gargron What kind of problem is this, in such accounts the follow button is missing for some time?
No network problems! still
@Gargron how do you look for people over here? I have a few friends from the birdsite that have joined Mastodon but I don't get an option to type when I go to the search option.
@Gargron The correct way.
see also the first few seconds of: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=11&v=ENeCYwms-Cc
@Gargron jit 😜
@Gargron Most people pronounce it as"jit" like "jif" for gif.
@nchozhan blue tick போட்டுக்கோங்க பாஸ்.
@Anandraaj04 Sure, will change my server.
if it's a soft "g", it sounds kind of like "sh".
@Gargron The same way you pronounce 'gif', and not 'gif'.
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