@firstname.lastname@example.org / @email@example.com Help me debug something I just observed here… @firstname.lastname@example.org posted a Twt (https://twtxt.net/twt/4cgtisa) with raw line of (from his feed):
2022-09-03T03:40:19Z (#ohihfkq) @<maya https://maya.land/assets/twtxt.txt> you got starlink?
Basically replying to “something” that hashed to #ohihfkq
However #ohihfkq appears nowhere that I can find. I know this can sometimes happen due to edits, or deletes, so just curious to see what happened here. Also @email@example.com, @firstname.lastname@example.org as far as many of us that have been using Twtxt/Yarn over the years have come to understand that she is basically a 1-way poster, posts to Mastodon and mirrors her posts to a Twtxt feed, but never responds to anyone or anything 😅 Just FYI 🤗
@email@example.com Hm, I’n not sure. Her website says “Seattle area” and this page says Seattle switches timezones in November. 🤔
@firstname.lastname@example.org I know, I remember those cases. Looking back at the threads kwptbpa and zmxk6pa (which both appear to be gone from your pod’s cache? 🤔), that timezone business of hers really shouldn’t happen until November. 🤔
Hmm, something is fishy with her feed, though.
Last-Modified: Fri, 02 Sep 2022 21:38:02 GMT
But her latest twt says:
Last-Modified is correct (it probably is, unless her server’s clock is off, which is less likely than a bug in the script), then the latest twt looks indeed like it was from “the future”.
@email@example.com But why now? As far as I can tell, no state in the U.S. changes from DST at this time of the year. It’s a mystery! 😂
@firstname.lastname@example.org That’s probably it – it’s been wrong the whole time. According to my old posts on this matter, the stamps should be wrong during the entire summer (when DST should have been applied). 🥴 So, nothing changed recently, we only noticed it (again) … 🤦
@email@example.com Computer time alredy exists look at UTC, in theory we would always know it’s UTC unless specified otherwise