April 25, 2004

I have changed from using the European date format (dd.mm.yyyy) to using the ISO 8601 date format (YYYY-MM-DD), on recommendation from Michael Wilcox. ISO 8601 is an international date format used by several companies worldwide, with still more people starting to use it. It has several advantages over the European style, which I will not go into here (you know how to google, don't you?). Incidentally, the fragment identifier for the news items now use #YYYY-MM-DD #nYYYY-MM-DD instead of the old #ddmmyyyy.

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