First post here, you all seem like a bunch of nice folks! 100% agree! Clearly there is an issue at the point where the spoke contacts, not the spoke itself. The hard part is the smallish diameter hole, and deburring/chamfering without causing other problems. Typical reamers or countersink tools aren't that small. And you certainly don't want to use anything abrasive....perhaps something like a brand new center punch or awl or something smooth and pointed that could chuck into a drill and press into the hole. The idea being to "roll" the sharp edge outward.