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Phil Haack has been inverviewed by Tim Heuer for his new TimCast podcast.

Phil explains why he started working on Subtext, and what his feelings are about the open source community on the Microsoft Platform.

I'm very proud of having been mentioned by him during the interview, you know (!), he even said my name "almost" correctly. Thank you for that Phil.

Here is the announcement of the interview, and here you can download the mp3 interview

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posted on Wednesday, May 2, 2007 11:56 AM

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# Re: Phil Haack interviewed on OpenSource

Left by haacked@gmail.com (Haacked) at 5/3/2007 9:13 PM

I feel bad because I wanted to mention everybody and forgot to mention our main man Steve Harman! How do I pronounce your name?

# re: Phil Haack interviewed on OpenSource

Left by Simone Chiaretta at 5/3/2007 9:28 PM

Yes, Steve is a very important member of the Subtext team.
I think I've to record an mp3 file where I say my name the way it should be pronounced :)

Anyway it's pronounced with a phonetic alphabet, like the Maori one, so Simone is pronounced with the last E like you say Engine, not like Italy as everyone say and Chiaretta is not like in Church, but like in Kea.

# re: Phil Haack interviewed on OpenSource

Left by Steve Harman at 5/5/2007 2:09 AM

Thanks for the hat tip guys!

Simo, I've always wondered how to correctly pronounce your last name. One of my college buddies last name is Chiarucci - and he pronounced it Ka-ru-chi. That always made me want to pronounce your name Ka-ret-a.

So, I think you're right - a 5 second mp3 would probably be the way to go... set the record straight. :)

# The correct pronunciation of my name is...

Left by CodeClimber at 5/5/2007 11:36 AM

The correct pronunciation of my name is...

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