This will be my last whine for a bit. The quote tags use a url scheme, which is kind of handy, in that one could, when quoting a cite, just put the url to the cite site in the head of the quote. The problem is that it puts in a time stamp based on the poster's local time (I see posts where the quote shows a newer time than the quoting post), which gets kind of confusing. Other forum usually use an index code to identify the quoted post (like "quote=username;597140228"), but that would break the url scheme that holds such promise (for people who can figure out how to use it). This looks like a challenging issue to fix – date/time stamps are usually encoded in a 32 or 64 bit int or FP-double, perhaps setup could use a coding like that, outside the link field, so that quote times might be more universal to everyone.
Thanks for looking into this.