Berkeley CSUA MOTD:1999:December:27 Monday <Sunday, Tuesday>
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1999/12/27 [Uncategorized] UID:17103 Activity:nil
-324985.55  I propose that all MOTD postings now use stardates
            instead of the old Gergorian calendar dates.
            \_ I propose we date them with the exact time from the
               time(2) system call, i.e. seconds since 'the epoch' of
               0:00:00 1/1/70.
1999/12/27-30 [Academia/Berkeley/CSUA/Motd] UID:17104 Activity:nil
12.28   Let me ask this before someone restores the motd:
        where's a good, but inexpensive place to buy a sportcoat
        around here?  (No i dont' feel like going to nordstroms =P)
        \_ Motd restored.  It didn't take rocket science to merge the two.
        \_ Men's Wearhouse in Emeryville by Tower Records and Trader Joe's.
           \_ Men's Wearhouse on 19th st. in Oakland is lots easier to get
              to if you're not driving.  (Near BART and many buses.)
        \_ Burlington Coat Factory usually has pretty awesome deals.  -John
1999/12/27 [Academia/Berkeley/CSUA/Troll] UID:17105 Activity:nil 50%like:16578
12/27   Peace in our time. This motd nuked to keep sanity alive.
        \_ Did you post this from the future?
1999/12/27 [Computer/SW/Mail] UID:17106 Activity:nil
12.28   In Pine how do we edit the From: so it doesn't display your name?
        \_ sendmail -t

p)W    I propose that all motd postings be now prefixed
        with a random string of 40 bits.

-324985.55  I propose that all MOTD postings now use stardates
            instead of the old Gergorian calendar dates.
            \_ I propose we date them with the exact time from the
               time(2) system call, i.e. seconds since 'the epoch' of
               0:00:00 1/1/70.
1999/12/27 [Reference/BayArea, Academia/Berkeley] UID:17107 Activity:nil
12/27
        what the heck is up with the "berkeley web servers will be offline"
        on http://www.berkeley.edu
Berkeley CSUA MOTD:1999:December:27 Monday <Sunday, Tuesday>