[JDEV] Message timestamping - hybrid format
djarb at wvc-omak.ctc.edu
Sun Oct 10 00:58:56 CDT 1999
heheh. I have a habit of attempting to improve people's proposals, even
when they compete with what I think is the right way to do things (as in
this case). It seems to produce valuable results.
On Sat, 9 Oct 1999, Scott Robinson wrote:
> I'd like to drop the suble comment that a proposal has been made.
> I'd also like to note that most of the Jabber team would prefer a "standard"
> system of dating. ;)
> * Julian Missig translated into ASCII [Sun, Oct 10, 1999 at 01:27:27AM -0400][<380023BF.1AFA27AB at linuxpower.org>]
> > On 1999-10-10, Daniel Arbuckle wrote:
> > > If you're going to do dates like that, the obvious choice would be to use
> > > the Julian Day Number. The algorithms are well documented, the standard
> > > predates computers by centuries and is widely understood, and date
> > > calculations are easy.
> > >
> > >
> > > Daniel
> > Yep. Julian Day Number works for me.
> > Julian
> > ;)
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