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SubjectRe: temperature standard - global config option?
On Wednesday, 06 June 2001, at 18:06:56 +0200,
Chris Boot wrote:

> Hi,
>
> > Please, don't.
> >
> > Use kelvins *0.1, and use them consistently everywhere. This is what
> > ACPI does, and it is probably right.
>
> I'm sorry, by I don't feel like adding 273 to every number I get just to
> find the temperature of something. What I would do is give configuration
>
What about keeping times with format similar to "06 June 2001, at 18:06:56
+0200" instead of using miliseconds from 01 Jan 1970 ? ;)

If there is a universally-accepted measure for temperatures, we should use
it, and let user space applications make the conversions for us.

Just my 0.02 (eurocents :)

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