Yeah, well, that doesn't work very well for desktop apps ;-) Users would
go mad if you suddenly change their clocks.


On 9/6/10 10:22 PM, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:
> You shouldn't synchronize to Twitter. You (and Twitter) should
> synchronize to the "World Time Standard" using NTP. It's a simple
> process on Linux - you just install a package or two and read your
> distro's system administration manual on how to configure it. It's point
> and click on openSUSE with YaST. On a Windows desktop, it's usually done
> for you by default. On Windows Servers, there's some configuration
> required which is documented to painful excess in the Microsoft
> Knowledge Base.
> This is a *solved* and *documented* problem. ;-)

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