Time stamps

From: Ashley M. Kirchner <ashley_at_pcraft.com_at_hypermail-project.org>
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 1999 19:32:59 -0700 (Mountain Standard Time)
Message-ID: <Pine.WNT.4.05.9903161924070.-892605_at_winash.yeehaw.com>

        Since we're all talking about time stamping stuff already, I just noticed something funny...

        Check out http://wwwcount.yeehaw.com/archives/9903/ - notice anything strange? Look at the time stamp on the last message, then look at the very next line under that, Last message date:... See the discrepancy?

        Now, that archive was done using whatever the last CVS source is (irronically, it says 2a15, not 16 - Daniel?) Now, go back and pick the previous month: http://wwwcount.yeehaw.com/archives/9902/ and read the Last message date line, then select the last message and read the time stamp on there. Again, a discrepancy. That archive was generated using version 20b3. So, it looks like we have a time stamp problem going on...in fact, been going on for a while now...

        Anyone care to shed some light here, please?

        AMK4         PS: Does anyone have access to the 'who' list of hypermail_at_landfield.com? I'm pondering starting the list on my end, so we can slowly move away from landfield at all - anyone think that's a bad idea? I mean, when was the last time we heard from Kent?

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