Nice question. Thanks to DBCC Timewarp we were able to answer the Oct 14 question over a month early. :-D:-D:-D:-D
I'was just getting used to seeing Monday questions on the preceding Saturday, nice small 2 day warp which does no harm, but anti-slips of more than a month will take some getting used to.
There's an even bigger time anti-slip on this article[/url] and yet bigger again on its successor[/url]; I commented on the fomer before I noticed the time discrepancy (several others had commented too) but I noticed the timeslip on its successor when I oicked its discussion up frm "recent posts" and refrained from commenting because with nearly three months to go it could be an early draft. The three preceding articles in that "stairway" also had first posts for their discussions ranging from 1 month to two months before the publication dates. SO articles, discussions, and QoTDs all getting warped backwards in time. How much antimatter is Steve wasting to generate these unintentional (??) warps?
Of course these are still small anti-slips, nowhere near big enough to be useful to the project managers of large UK govt IT projects. :w00t: