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Things I can't find, because Mr. Howie tends to announce major changes in off-hand comments to unrelated posts:
- Meta about signups being closed.
- Stuff about the first signup closure, which was around user #12k probably sometime in 2001. http://metatalk.metafilter.com/1148/
- When Flagging was added.
- An announcement of anon posts.
I started out with the ISO standard YYYY-MM-DD date format because it lines up nicely, but I understand the international aspect of having unambiguous dates. I switched to a simple table so at least the columns line up, but I still wish the dates weren't variable width. There's got to be a nice MediaWiki way of handling this, anybody know what it is? Rhomboid 20:32, 4 September 2007 (UTC)
- Hmm, according to  it looks like if we do dates as [[YYYY-MM-DD]] it will auto-convert to the user's selected datetime format on display; however it will also create a link to a node of that name which is somewhat undesirable. Rhomboid 20:42, 4 September 2007 (UTC)