huh this might be fun

<< Apparently a non-trivial number of systems are experiencing #Y2020 bugs. A common Y2K "fix" just postponed things by 20 years, interpreting 00-19 as the 2000s and 20-99 as the 1900s. 20 years is now up, some of those systems are still in use, and they think it's 1920. Oooops. >>


@natecull I'll admit I used a similar workaround in a bit of Y2Kish software once, but my fix expires is 2196. I wrote a lengthy apology and a description of how best to address the issue at that time, should my patch survive. I believe my instructions may have involved summoning K'thulhu.

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