[rc5] Block logging/stats

Dave Zarzycki zarzycki at ricochet.net
Sat Aug 23 14:40:21 EDT 1997

On 8/23/97 8:24 AM, Brian B. Burton (brian at burtons.com) wrote:

>When we report keyblocks back to the key servers, does it record the time
>returned, or the time the keyblock was completed (using supplied client

I'll willing to make a bet that it is the server and not the client since 
the client clock can often be wrong.

Please take no offense, but you yourself are a perfect example. Your 
*time* may be correct, but not your *time zone*... If this is not the 
case, then something is very screwy with you mail/mail-server setup. My 
friend 'whois' show that you are probably located near or at Parsippany, 
NJ. Read the following which is the transcript of your message and look 
at my comments (if I'm wrong please correct me):

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Date: Sat, 23 Aug 1997 15:24:58 +0000
      Do we live in the UK? ;-)

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Dave Zarzycki                            Intern at Apple Computer Inc.
Student                                  zarzycki at ricochet.net
San Jose State University                dave at zarzycki.ml.org
Whoever said the Internet was slow needs to look again...
Try surfing at 10Mbps, 24x7, on a tier 1 network (45-622Mbps, ATM).
My peers: MAE-East, MAE-West, Sprint NAP, & the DEC Palo Alto Exchange
http://www.home.net/    Oh, your modem/ADSL/ISDN/T1 goes how fast? HA!
PGP Fingerprints:
DSS/Diffie-Hellman: CB9E 2621 B4BA 3F96 3516  B312 15B4 D842 3809 EF99
RSA:                     8AF2 1040 8A9C D025  47BE 70DD A51C C887
Contact pgpkeys.mit.edu for my public keys.

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