I continue unambiguously Dating my electronic posts like my paper letters
Sorry for this OT (Out of Topic), but I noticed that the Date-and-Time I had added as usual at the end of my post To raise public awareness of the business of Thu 27 Feb 13:43:00 GMT, has been removed, right inside my post, on Fri 28 Feb 12:09:55 GMT by waiwai933.
Since 1995, following the very efficient (and kind to everyone) rules and habits on CompuServe forums (the best ones then), I have ended all my forum posts and email messages with the Sent-Date (the instant when I click the "Send" button), just like Mme de Sévigné (and all other writers of all conditions, eras and countries world wide) wrote or write the written date inside their letters, no matter the Post Office later adding the Post-received date.
The Date thus inserted had or has to be complete, unambiguous and precise to the level consistent with the context: one day and no Time Zone when letters took one week of horse and water coaches from Paris to Grignan and rarely crossed a TZ line, one second or less, complete from DOW to TOG (follow my link below), when an email goes from Paris to Valparaiso in 0.040s.
Free to english.stackexchange.com to remove it, but I personally will continue that habit, that has always been useful (especially in our time when most forums and news sites insist NOT displaying honest precise unambiguous Date-and-Time) and harmless. Details in "Mandatory in Written-Date-and-Time: 3EN Month; TOG; DOW" of Fri 11/11/11 11:11:11 GMT, and sublink "PST and PDT; TZ and TOG; UTC and GMT; Internet Date & Time; PHP date" on the same page.
Sorry again for using space for an apparently OT question, but editing the public writing of someone else without his permission or even knowledge is extremely grave in my eyes and would cause big damage if it started to be accepted without causing the due outcry.
Versailles, Fri 28 Feb 2014 19:03:00 +0100