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Tim Lewis of Insyde resumes blogging on firmware

Tim Lewis has been blogging on UEFI for a long time. But took a break, now is resuming:

[…]After some gentle ribbing from colleagues at the UEFI plug-fest in Bellevue, WA, I’ve decided to try to keep track of recent trends in UEFI here again.

His current blog post covers a few topics, including replying to Vincent Zimmer’s recent claims of definitive ways to pronounce UEFI and ACPI:

[…]And for the record, it is U-E-F-I (not YOO-FI or micro-EFI) and A-C-P-I (not AK-PIE). On a side note about competing acronym pronunciations, in the early days of the EISA (Extended ISA) bus architecture, it was pointed out that while English speakers naturally pronounced EISA as EEE-SA and ISA as AY-SA, other European languages had would naturally pronounce it exactly opposite (EISA as AY-SA and ISA as EE-SA).[…]

https://uefi.blogspot.com/2018/04/uefi-notes-cs2ai-uefi-plugfest-and.html

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