time
TIME
< PRE-DRAFT+ >


date notation

A) LONG (=almost always):
    YYYYMMDD
    "20191002"

B) LONGER:
    YYYY-MM-DD
    (deprecated? used next to A, to contrast it ... specifically see the changelog)
    "2019-10-02"

C1) SHORT
    MM/dd
    "08/3"

C2) SHORT INTERVAL:
    MM/dd^1-dd^2
    "08/3-15"

D) APPROX DATE:
    "~Oct 30" or "mid Oct - late Dec"



intervals: work assesment (future or finished)
:
    + ~5min
    ++ ~15min
    ++| ~45min
    +++ ~1.5h
    +++| ~several hours
    ++++ ~whole day
    ++++| ~more than a day
    +++++ ~several days



subtime

* decimal (+- 0 to 1)
* subjective
* fractional

see 🔗vocab for now!



intervals: working together

for cases like:
    "just a minute"
    "give me 5 minutes"
    "let's start cooking in 30min"

so:
    * "give me X time"
    * --(agreed)
    * after X:
        --"time's up!"
    * "give me X/2" more:
        --(agreed or not)
    * "give me last 1min":
        --(always)
        THIS IS JUST TO "CLOSE THE COMPUTER" AND PUT ON SHOES
        WITHIN THIS MINUTE YOU NEED TO BE READY
    * "your time is up"



timezones

* GMT +00:00 = Canary Islands, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Portugal, Faroe Islands

* GMT +01:00 = Europe, biggest parts 

* GMT +02:00 = East Europe (Bulgaria, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Latvia, Moldova, Ukraine, Romania,  Lithuania)


* general info
https://24timezones.com/time-zones

* converting time zones
https://24timezones.com/difference



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