Changes related to "Category:Time measurement systems"
This is a list of recent changes to pages linked from a specified page (or to members of a specified category). Changes to pages on your watchlist are shown with a green bullet.
22 December 2014
- (diff | hist) . . m 12-hour clock; 19:48 . . (+1) . . Jc3s5h (→Formal speech and times to the minute: space)
- (diff | hist) . . 12-hour clock; 19:47 . . (-3) . . Jc3s5h (→Abbreviations: "Noon" is proper, not "12 noon".)
- (diff | hist) . . m 12-hour clock; 19:10 . . (-429) . . Romit3 (→Confusion at noon and midnight: removed para for clarity - suggestion of abbr. 'm.' is self-contrradictory - it is still ambiguous and therefore would not 'resolve the matter' as stated.)
- (diff | hist) . . Swatch Internet Time; 10:52 . . (+21) . . 2minty (→Description: Added definition in conventional seconds.) (Tags: Mobile edit, Mobile web edit)
21 December 2014
- (diff | hist) . . 24-hour clock; 00:30 . . (+14) . . 220.127.116.11 (I was looking for a military time conversion chart. I clicked the link that was shown and it was dead. Found a different resource that had the chart I was seeking and I updated it. Not sure if that is acceptable as I have never made a edit on wikipedia.)
20 December 2014
- (diff | hist) . . Unix time; 14:38 . . (-325) . . Mindmatrix (→External links: rm links per WP:EL - external links should elaborate on the subject; no need for columns here)
- (diff | hist) . . Unix time; 13:27 . . (+110) . . 18.104.22.168 (Then why did you keep the first converter?)
- (diff | hist) . . Unix time; 11:13 . . (-111) . . Billinghurst (not sure we need any converters)
- (diff | hist) . . Unix time; 00:58 . . (+70) . . Guy Harris (→External links: Move the converters to the end, and put back epochcoverter.com - it's no less deserving of a mention than convertforfree.com.)