Joined: Jan. 2004
||Posted: Sep. 07 2005,01:12
|Quote (SaidinUnleashed @ Sep. 06 2005,10:51)|
|Personally, I like the Aug 13, 2005 format.|
Understandable by all, rather than confusing to any particular country.
Yeah, I use the format "7/September/2005" when I do a "document last updated" on any sites I develop. Actually naming the month removes any confusion as to which column could be day and which could be month.
Maybe the default DSL settings should use the abbreviated month? (day can be anywhere, as JP said).
Oh, BTW, does anyone know of a "desktop calender" for linux, ie., a calender that sits on your wallpaper, like torsmo does? Preferably with the ability to add notes/memos?
If so, any chance of getting an extension?
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