[TUHS] The 2038 bug...

Stuart Remphrey stu at remphrey.net
Fri Jan 8 08:50:10 AEST 2021

Hmm, 76 (hopefully), retired (hopefully), so won't care (hopefully).

Unless retired & broke & can still concentrate (*somewhat doubtful, even
now?!*) -- in which case a good opportunity for truly excessive
overcharging to find & fix all those 32-bit time_t syscalls & re-retire
rich, happy, and braindead...

(*Hi Dave, from PTA/PTC days, btw; reminds me of SFA forms, ptcburp at Bond
Uni Research Park*)

On Thu, 31 Dec 2020, 15:20 Dave Horsfall, <dave at horsfall.org> wrote:

> As the new year is about to kick in (down-under anyway), it got me to
> thinking (always dangerous): how many here will be around for it to pick
> up the pieces that are no doubt still lying around?
> I'll be about the ripe old age of 85, so I may be around to see the
> Imminent Death of the Internet (Film at 11).
> 2100?  Forget it...  Too bad, as "Revolt in 2100 (?)" is one of my
> favourite Heinlein books.
> Others?
> -- Dave
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