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Re: [RFC] Zenmap search interface overhaul
From: Vladimir Mitrovic <snipe714 () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 27 May 2008 21:07:18 +0200
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David Fifield wrote:
MM-DD-YYYY could be confusing because I believe a lot of places use
DD-MM-YYYY. YYYY-MM-DD would be better, because that's like ISO 8601,
plus it's what Nmap prints out when it starts:
Yeah, YYYY-MM-DD sounds best to me. I kinda rushed the definition of date:
because there was no community input regarding its syntax.
Instead of "date:+n", how about "before:" and "after:" (maybe "since:").
In my use case, where I want to see all scans that happened in the last
week, it's better to say "after:-7" than "date:+7". This also provides a
reasonable way to restrict the search to a date range.
It was a matter of time before someone noticed the ugliness of "date:+7". :)
Yeah, "before:" and "after:" sound good.
what?) What do you think about
to mean plus or minus one day (so from 00:00 on December 24 until 00:00
on December 27, a span of three days total), and
to mean plus or minus three days (a range of seven days total).
Sweet. Adding fuzziness to the TODO.
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Re: [RFC] Zenmap search interface overhaul Fyodor (May 28)