[JDEV] Message timestamps
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Mon Oct 4 17:26:02 CDT 1999
Mon, 4 Oct 1999 15:25:36 -0700
Not Y2K compliant?
The standard doesn't suck. ;) We just need to pick which standard we use.
* Vivre Draco translated into ASCII [Mon, Oct 04, 1999 at 05:11:40PM -0500][<VPOP31.3.0b.19991004171141.718.104.22.168a3d50 at oakwind>]
> On 4 Oct 99,, Scott Robinson sounded off on Re: [JDEV] Message timestamps:
> > But I suppose I should insert content into this message. I would
> > suggest (since we're looking for compatibility) using the timestamp
> > system specified in RFC-822. It isn't Y10k compatibile, but I'm
> > thinking a very small modification could be performed to make it
> > so. ;)
> Um, if I understand right it's not even Y2K compliant, let alone
> Y10K. Remember, if it is standard but it sucks, we shouldn't use it.
> Personally, I'd go with the ISO-8601 standard that was suggested...
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