[lug] Unix Timestamp 1234567890 - Fri 13 Feb 2009 04:31:30 PM MST

Sean Reifschneider jafo at tummy.com
Wed Feb 4 02:58:31 MST 2009

Neal McBurnett wrote:
> I was amazed to hear about this first on Facebook, in Danish....

That's what happens when you don't hang out on #hackingsociety.  :-)

2009-01-21 06:16:46 -!- jafo!~jafo at changed topic of
   #hackingsociety to: Next major time_t event: 2009/02/13 16:31:30 Mountain.
2009-01-21 06:40:55 < BorD!~bord at why is that a major time event?
2009-01-21 12:51:39 < ToyKeeper!~ToyKeep at
   BorD: >>> time.mktime((2009,2,13,16,31,30,0,0,-1))
2009-01-21 12:51:39 < ToyKeeper!~ToyKeep at 1234567890.0

It seems like we just had the billenium party...

I noticed it because I was doing something with the time(2) value and
noticed the 123 pattern, so I mentioned it above.

Glad to see this important event is getting wider coverage.

Sean Reifschneider, Member of Technical Staff <jafo at tummy.com>
tummy.com, ltd. - Linux Consulting since 1995: Ask me about High Availability

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