corporate win--their requirements

Gervase Markham gerv at
Sat Sep 28 20:22:35 UTC 2002

> functionality.  This is an enhancement though and the people that 
> typically care about this sort of thing are end users who do have JS 
> on.  

Another thought: if someone turns off JS, e.g. for testing, or moves 
from one computer or browser to another that does or doesn't have JS, 
all their timestamps will change. This is undesirable.

> This is a client related thing and we shouldn't do client things on 
> the server side.  Plus I bet there is some interest in keeping the DB 
> size down.

Three letters per user isn't going to kill anyone's DB. :-)


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