Re: Debian and the millenium bug
On 6 Jan, Kai Henningsen wrote:
> Remember that the last calendar reform was made at an actual difference of
> about 10 days (and some countries took a long time after that to implement
> it, thus increasing the difference even more), so I'd expect people won't
> touch that until the difference is again in that ballpark - around AD
> 31000-32000, that is.
Continuing off-topic, I remember that when I was young (very young) I
read a nice proposal for a reform of the calendar, made by Isaac Asimov.
I cannot find it anymore and, for some strange but human reason, I'm no
more in the possibility to ask Isaac himself.
Did anybody read it and can tell me where I could find it?
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