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1989_05_01 - Pearl Street Ballroom - Northhampton, MA - Discussion

Started by anthrax, July 07, 2020, 02:13:32 PM

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also, this set was fun to watch.

it's funny to imagine anyone in '89 watching this band and thinking, 'soon to be one of the biggest touring acts ever.'


Quote from: khalpin on July 08, 2020, 12:28:08 PMPlus / is not a valid character in a filename.

ding, ding, mother fucking DING!

(but damn do I ever wish I could use / in my file names)
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Quote from: GBL on July 08, 2020, 12:47:33 PM
Year month day with dashes is fine

Year month day with back slashes is for psychopaths, or Europeans

I've always been a dash guy typically but I copy/pasta in most thread titles.
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Quote from: cactusfan on July 08, 2020, 05:54:54 PM
i hate slashes and dashes.

it's periods, period.


for example.

i don't like 0s in there either. 1997.08.02 is wasting perfectly good 0s i could use somewhere else in life.
I can't hang with any of this. :hereitisyousentimentalbastard
Dashes and YYYY-MM-DD no other way, otherwise all my folders get all fucked up and out of order. And even though I do use a computer, I feel that the year first just makes more sense for archival and organization purposes.

I actually hate spaces in folder/filenames, but that's just a Linux thing. Blank space is a bitch.
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Quote from: khalpin on July 08, 2020, 12:28:08 PM
Quote from: kellerb on July 08, 2020, 11:49:58 AM
Standard yyyy-mm-dd etree taper format!

All those other ways are wrong, because I want my folders and files to be in order.
Correct!  It's all about alphanumeric sorting.  Plus / is not a valid character in a filename.

This right here.

I will also sometimes accept and use 9/14/99 (or 9/14/1999) in some contexts but I generally try not to use m/d/yr.



no love for the underscore??

i'm a big fan of the YYYY_MM_DD



this dude at my work saves files with no spaces or dashes except for to separate the project name '20200709-Week4paug' lol. drives me nuts.



Is this still Wombat?