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When does the guessing close?

Update: quoting from When will the 500.000th node appear?:

Update: PPS: Since it would be daft to allow people to continue guessing right up until the actual 500.000th node is created, I'm adding an arbitrary limit of 1 week after this node was posted.

Update: I decided to collect here the list of all similar pools because it seems that such a list doesn't yet exist (except as a linked list form).


Update: quoting from the im2 homenode:

To submit guesses when the 600.000th node will appear: /msg im2 guess 600_000 <datetime>
Guesses will be parsed with Time::ParseDate::parsedate, and will assume GMT per default.

Update: changed "poll" to "pool".

Update: the 600000th node came out on Feb 14, 2007 at 17:18:36 UTC: it's 600000 nodes by liverpole. im2 still accepts guesses as of Feb 14 19:33 UTC.

In reply to Re: Node 600_000 - when will it appear? by ambrus
in thread Node 600_000 - when will it appear? by castaway

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