[LEAPSECS] private smear goes public
brooks at edlmax.com
Wed Nov 30 22:06:49 EST 2016
Sure enough, it's there. I've got an SNTP client I built for Windows I
use for simple investigations. It connects to time.google.com just fine.
(And, by the way, shows a much shorter round-trip-delay than nist ntp
servers I've used).
One wishes announments like this were a bit more accurate. They say "...
we'll run the clocks 0.0014% slower across the ten hours before and ten
hours after the leap second ...", but I think it must be closer to
0.00138888 percent. I wonder what precision they use?
On 2016-11-30 04:05 PM, Tom Van Baak wrote:
> I'm surprised no one has posted this news yet:
> "Making every (leap) second count with our new public NTP servers"
> LEAPSECS mailing list
> LEAPSECS at leapsecond.com
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