forum clock

  harps1h 07:59 12 Feb 2005

is it me or does the time you post a response on this forum read 5 mins fast. my pc and clocks in the house read the same time and is correct as i update my pc over the net. it is 7.54 am now

  Diodorus Siculus 08:05 12 Feb 2005

Yes, this seems to happen at times but causes no problems with the functionality of the forum.

  john-232317 08:06 12 Feb 2005

F E is working towards Spanish time, ready for when the sun shines. ;-))

  john-232317 08:07 12 Feb 2005

PS. it was 9 02 when i posted that

  harps1h 08:12 12 Feb 2005

it's just a quirk. perhaps FE sets his alarm 5 mins early in the morning

  Mr Mistoffelees 08:23 12 Feb 2005

PCA predicts the future!!

  Forum Editor 09:27 12 Feb 2005

Just so someone can post a thread like this every couple of weeks or so.

The server clock isn't the world's most reliable timekeeper, but then it's not intended to be. In all other respects our server works hard and does a pretty good job, so we forgive this one small shortcoming.

  FelixTCat 09:32 12 Feb 2005

In the army, they used to say "Them as is keen gets fell in previous." The server is obviously keen!

  Mango Grummit 10:21 12 Feb 2005

And some day it could even prove to be useful like: "It wasn't me guv 'onest, I was posting to PCA's helproom at the time."

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