won't question the other sections, but "Oldest threads you can still post to" looks weird to me... a thread started in May is above a thread started in April, and "lets make a story word by word" isn't there while it has started in March... but the age of the threads is in the right order. What's really measured here? What do these ages mean?
The thread ages are calculated by the difference in milliseconds between the first post and last post. The difference in milliseconds is then converted in a meaningful way for a human. A month is always 30 days and a year is always 365 days. Difference in milliseconds is more accurate.
P.S. By the way, what did you use to get all of that data? Time to download the forum: 19 hours 51 mins 47 secs 293 ms
. With permission from Fizzer. The rest is automated data analysis after describing what to do in a way that a computer can understand.
Fixed bug that caused incorrect threads to be displayed on noteworthy threads.
Prevented line (used to be word, before that no restriction) from being chopped after reaching maximum post size.
Fixed bug that caused post formatting to not get rendered correctly.
Fixed bug that caused threads to be sorted by date incorrectly.
Edited 6/27/2020 21:44:05