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Feb
6
comment 'on' vs. 'in': 'Keep the discussion on the [IRC] channel'
Jim is right, that's what I was asking.
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Mar
16
comment What is the best format to use when writing out dates?
I normally spell the Month explicitly using its full name or its three letter abbreviation, like "4-Apr-2013" or "4-April-2013" (possibly with different punctuation), and notate the year using 4 digits. This removes most ambiguity. I find the YYYY-MM-DD format reader-unfriendly because people are not used to starting with the year.
Jul
27
comment “Foos are menace” vs. “Foos are a menace”
Thanks for the reply.
Jul
27
comment “Foos are menace” vs. “Foos are a menace”
Thanks for the reply.
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