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Moongazer
I have created an on-line JMT clock and Molad Calculator, showing both civil time and Jewish Mean Time. The molad calculator is still a work in progress, so, although I am sharing it here, the site has not yet been published, so please do not spread it beyond this list. It is here: http://tiny.cc/jmtclock

On it, you can see time going by measured in parts (Halakim in Hebrew), a time unit (borrowed from the Babylonians) used in Jewish calendrics, equal to three-and-a-third seconds. Even people who know about this time unit, do not know, instinctively, how long x parts is, as we do with, say, "40 seconds," because they have not seen clock faces marked in those units. This clock aims to make people more familiar with them and with how the hours of the day are counted in the Jewish calendar.

The JMT/Molad clock can seem confusing at first, so please start with a visit to this night/day clock, which is of similar design, but showing only civil time and therefore marked more conventionally. It is here: http://night-day-clock

The development of that site is slow going because I am just at beginner level in HTML, CSS and javascript. I did not write the code that runs the clock. For that, I am using published code (see attribution on the project page), but I wrote the code for the webpage with the interface and controls for the clock, that use it in a way never envisaged by the author, who supports what I am doing with his clock.

I am looking for contacts with more expertise than I have in javascript and in using the HTML5 Canvas, who would be willing to take questions from me. If you want to help, you will find my contact details on the project page (follow the links).
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Re: JMT Clock and Molad Calculator

Moongazer
Bad link for Night/Day Clock included in previous message. It should have been: http://tiny.cc/night-day-clock
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[SUSPICIOUS MESSAGE] Re: [SUSPICIOUS MESSAGE] Re: JMT Clock and Molad Calculator

Amos Shapir-2
Hi Moongazer,

These horrendous links lead to a Cisco security check site, which deciphers them to links to tiny.cc, which it blocks as being suspicious.

Clicking on the tiny.cc link (my own anti-virus found it safe) leads to the real sites: http://secure-web.cisco.com/1hYBasUdpH88Cj9q0moy6a3myJOIUOEvP_ASHTAN5s1BPItd0fkOa_Eaywiu4v7bSlXTk05HexR8orqNF59VLGZWA9zyl_XY3xTca-BHfid5N85yA8q95gbUKop63lbvkmmq6_kwIma4IB9wNR5230sX0eV4RW53BFVDn_g0znreR5DI2NqU2PXG-IFm6ZZYFpdEgs0InaB-lWbWaSj38sR9laSUsQ2S8gM02BK8HENi31-ektfUV09FZ7TrR91nJNhLA2VCGCUFjD9_GX2g1gw7z6xIGEh18zhTD-rnLiwaI1rP0utliLOLB8MSYYlBrJD0Vr8X7pJ81zktUaRNiFOkN3zOHliFovaAGB5XPAYS7L5ud4AaVkPT7Gta5itdoJMHo5yNLdJcLl79IBPlSgkv0e7mjb4HOxp2TcxUMawLUf9l4RbuSag-sEXColg2ZPLCTdkqm7l_foMR0Rzc5dWY51AGKx1BBcMR4oYPN6GfVI8LKVn0cJbEqu9NqoH7G/http%3A%2F%2Ftiny.cc%2Fjmtclock and http://secure-web.cisco.com/1PC_c1OJs5AdomblGDxUrjvqIgrODAHFhMHcVTTIhCmITWtz4TBa1_NLQ5CpMybLqKxsAmjZ2WZJZaD-ITxC9x106vFPiAOwSaEDvO1NkKkZfxmfuHa_BK7P6bgbGvilgTfEigxz8gyQScWXpu8h9ybvezHsG6n-xyWNgiTJ0TB_2Iv-V3EoQX6Yop-mU7r-CGiIWcSmNcdsnTC15z9lyk2I-NelPffs1QAHyp_sqIPTlGW7VQaNIfc4I86M3upTr0u6hivN01NkxyejrYgmR-btzHReq7YgL-cQt76Fx8BrmY_hPl29jppfPRVELhAkuzaO7xr4KiV5g_DJRcUIz28xxiekRcGWR8M7oR9uQi38BlSQp-qG-4c7SvtOhdDTHl7kQRq_WHPzIxQdJiOmDCw8FVQHojfPjL_fopUdsjYl8i5ZNJTIx02mfU4S4IwmuivQAHXsG6eiTOfpn9JureBSo73PLL1upp8-esOVgvo31trhL8LpA9AD8kNF20GVh/http%3A%2F%2Fmoongazer.x10.mx%2Fwebsite%2Fmarch%2Fmarch-clock%2F respectively.
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[SUSPICIOUS MESSAGE] Re: [SUSPICIOUS MESSAGE] Re: JMT Clock and Molad Calculator

Amos Shapir-2

On Wed, Aug 16, 2017 at 6:21 PM, Amos Shapir <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Moongazer,

These horrendous links lead to a Cisco security check site, which deciphers them to links to tiny.cc, which it blocks as being suspicious.

Clicking on the tiny.cc link (my own anti-virus found it safe) leads to the real sites: http://secure-web.cisco.com/1hkdmIyDXSExWaga_rOWj18dOgbs_zoef6uSXf4tJszRj_7_EMPccemoIoOxeWaq3xzVbh6Ir0lHUPo3tWR8sklMDzn9Pr9Bpt5bDRNgmguVm-cT0zzq2hAZhFFlz4YVjir2AW3aS-4daXiW0PLEdP1MSCYd_QfZ86c6zGuZIBWYxczxq7DuoShzNcCZfmrbaUM33B8deK19BtFc_nntqlqlnSr73OXFKy-g64TurKEkh_te_Bh1JjPHHqPXuvojAIhTu6G9EBIWFaFUpqWEk2A2ysTAOdGb9NDp06Ypdybu6kK5ipVszN1ED0K-j1n4tlpjPuqI0tPSjG9OYgtSnyitP1yxvb25tfJMJ3zcNsqVuYMDJ-VDo5XOw_4Xrl1_QKlExwLQWnxSzSqILjyvkxD0aFgIPdqfiJkEjnWhyP9zjbkyXwW_LnbH0jLWFXCiEpyIWVuix741IgP4OLG_DbuTIZHlhAlujzVxMAXC_XdKlnTIORSolaTUlV63B6jsv/http%3A%2F%2Ftiny.cc%2Fjmtclock and http://secure-web.cisco.com/1ykXgLOO_xVgX7PvsAfMCrfSqbMdkM6tc57u_2B73V6g5ipG6RyxVIIJL_DO3Si6vgopBwfk_G61fkBJlEXs21hd-9BH0YBgt-R9e38z0UwtvDPyvKVEpChJAkXjJBqbb0GpMBbce575iBr-B_gPJpU6Nykoih4UB75UwDLzyX9PcY308Q_TohPWnBMdTcpuSZIBZr-ISTIqvWRxWE4DgCcwqL0phk-X1Kh15hGsHgc6fMS-cJmUSLdMJ_N2KAuhfDr1I1dYrEm2AkjJfFemRs4hmP-KAeDleaAC-n8pj6TuOs8E89fsBbnn64vy-qlOEgSr-aTboVfQB1eKvkQoUhbVG0SfWtAPRYuvwdD03eei_fY6_BPwcDK2kmcbYRlEYk2at0dLX-eZFGTtBy3nQ6KpopP0HvgQfofdx9OhpaLkmlpjX-o32OE-yskFrLK3xV77qSo9-kaGe0dGiNq8n9ZYH1_YtGzSmUd6SQDZubMVPI-cJY5B7ZU_aricJTSjM/http%3A%2F%2Fmoongazer.x10.mx%2Fwebsite/march/march-clock/ respectively.



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Re: [SUSPICIOUS MESSAGE] JMT Clock and Molad Calculator

Victor Engel
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Dear Moongazer,

Your links are not working for me. The app I threw together draws the clock face using parameters. The parameters include the number of major ticks and minor ticks. Settings those to 6 and 18, I get a clock face divided into halakim. Perhaps your link, if it worked, provided a view to something similar to this?


Victor

On Wed, Aug 16, 2017 at 4:04 AM, Moongazer <[hidden email]> wrote:
I have created an on-line JMT clock and Molad Calculator, showing both civil
time and Jewish Mean Time. The molad calculator is still a work in progress,
so, although I am sharing it here, the site has not yet been published, so
please do not spread it beyond this list. It is here:
http://secure-web.cisco.com/1048frFQbqA6Av2O5q0R-cKF6QIm8jb2vmJmbenWA5cqLMvrXk9jheVzlML7eP5LvGr_-2FMy-YRNiE49gI6f4Y6u7XAkIrtWTF3PHCFXxpbPtGxsAr4hbfbCueT-AF4DHeT2PzUNFFjvhGqYiGEMNfPp_vHqFuXCPqaCMvV-BiP4Ca0yA0xbmTpeZAJBZDWUQjoXZHwnIWHikc0CAtBGFGfN0QzfuZ4LV_h0m40wFBNsGOQMrroF__pDG_WKbq5pjVUnuoL3KJXrXYYfZCtQA_wa0HdYsMYd0oP_xWZMF7R_LWTDBnqrYr6XCEw86UInuTLOa2sTG4mlFIpTBtW9RsT_kRQ_ESRocfr7oWGQMVRgTWET6AjUmlCW9S7cUWl8NkP19r2FtRYsGkYH9vRHGfPi8lumA4EfAg-GbsxFNREJyhl9Y6idi7AbAa0yCwauKoyKOqXz0RZgI3BCSVfZMdskKeniF99hgx-MnqI44nZCSJdYd9Fe1esCfyecC7-8/http%3A%2F%2Ftiny.cc%2Fjmtclock

On it, you can see time going by measured in parts (Halakim in Hebrew), a
time unit (borrowed from the Babylonians) used in Jewish calendrics, equal
to three-and-a-third seconds. Even people who know about this time unit, do
not know, instinctively, how long x parts is, as we do with, say, "40
seconds," because they have not seen clock faces marked in those units. This
clock aims to make people more familiar with them and with how the hours of
the day are counted in the Jewish calendar.

The JMT/Molad clock can seem confusing at first, so please start with a
visit to this night/day clock, which is of similar design, but showing only
civil time and therefore marked more conventionally. It is here:
http://secure-web.cisco.com/1JtsQuUkvblwk5urdrJHXrfL-umNsG2ysdSYSBdsrytpPBENVptD0JeIMSjQs7kzP2xuVtoqWMIots8OYYOX50zDyug9vYO7hZ6HeJxIG83oqPjAobwvARGuVNw-8A8xy6pjC27lam4JDLd3fRssAgeeRNBAhzzpJEzngZJa33z1SehXxIpkfPMLC1xTLFogtqh2Ysk2gvUl4YasYue0GWn1-l20ckEuGqu32UF6wIZh8GGMz4HNAQhLIfFFdKAEorpHQjtVm_IhhwKjJrjJndCC2jB6PKXmZiAr7NM-clRaJQMy5mdtbeDR3WlWZURZZz7F33rDTt59HWYB2ibnTzuvbR-fUPz3TtonSwhdQXczkdimv2QferaZ5MMu0SuNOtxe6a2zMvmsjmSxqcfDsppuZqtCKkH--U4qqQW7JdXKPb42qPX_ew2c8GLUqXaDffk4IU18jtvBCvbmWsJK0rUdBuZ0C150nj4sW1n6isgk/http%3A%2F%2Fnight-day-clock

The development of that site is slow going because I am just at beginner
level in HTML, CSS and javascript. I did not write the code that runs the
clock. For that, I am using published code (see attribution on the project
page), but I wrote the code for the webpage with the interface and controls
for the clock, that use it in a way never envisaged by the author, who
supports what I am doing with his clock.

I am looking for contacts with more expertise than I have in javascript and
in using the HTML5 Canvas, who would be willing to take questions from me.
If you want to help, you will find my contact details on the project page
(follow the links).




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Re: [SUSPICIOUS MESSAGE] JMT Clock and Molad Calculator

Moongazer
Victor wrote:
Dear Moongazer, Your links are not working for me.

Sorry, I was using shortened URLs, which it seems the listserv doesn't like. So, try these:
(I have omitted the h t t p prefixes from the shortened URL's, but they can be pasted as is into a browser address bar and will work.)

Night/Day Clock:
http://moongazer.x10.mx/website/march/march-clock/
- also reachable via:   tiny.cc/night-day-clock

JMT Clock and Molad Calculator:
http://moongazer.x10.mx/website/march/molad-clock/
- also reachable via:   tiny.cc/jmt-clock



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Re: [SUSPICIOUS MESSAGE] Re: [SUSPICIOUS MESSAGE] Re: JMT Clock and Molad Calculator

Victor Engel
In reply to this post by Amos Shapir-2
It says the requested website has been blocked, but it displays the URL, which can be copied/pasted into the address bar.

Victor

On Wed, Aug 16, 2017 at 10:22 AM, Amos Shapir <[hidden email]> wrote:

On Wed, Aug 16, 2017 at 6:21 PM, Amos Shapir <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Moongazer,

These horrendous links lead to a Cisco security check site, which deciphers them to links to tiny.cc, which it blocks as being suspicious.

Clicking on the tiny.cc link (my own anti-virus found it safe) leads to the real sites: http://secure-web.cisco.com/1hkdmIyDXSExWaga_rOWj18dOgbs_zoef6uSXf4tJszRj_7_EMPccemoIoOxeWaq3xzVbh6Ir0lHUPo3tWR8sklMDzn9Pr9Bpt5bDRNgmguVm-cT0zzq2hAZhFFlz4YVjir2AW3aS-4daXiW0PLEdP1MSCYd_QfZ86c6zGuZIBWYxczxq7DuoShzNcCZfmrbaUM33B8deK19BtFc_nntqlqlnSr73OXFKy-g64TurKEkh_te_Bh1JjPHHqPXuvojAIhTu6G9EBIWFaFUpqWEk2A2ysTAOdGb9NDp06Ypdybu6kK5ipVszN1ED0K-j1n4tlpjPuqI0tPSjG9OYgtSnyitP1yxvb25tfJMJ3zcNsqVuYMDJ-VDo5XOw_4Xrl1_QKlExwLQWnxSzSqILjyvkxD0aFgIPdqfiJkEjnWhyP9zjbkyXwW_LnbH0jLWFXCiEpyIWVuix741IgP4OLG_DbuTIZHlhAlujzVxMAXC_XdKlnTIORSolaTUlV63B6jsv/http%3A%2F%2Ftiny.cc%2Fjmtclock and http://secure-web.cisco.com/1ykXgLOO_xVgX7PvsAfMCrfSqbMdkM6tc57u_2B73V6g5ipG6RyxVIIJL_DO3Si6vgopBwfk_G61fkBJlEXs21hd-9BH0YBgt-R9e38z0UwtvDPyvKVEpChJAkXjJBqbb0GpMBbce575iBr-B_gPJpU6Nykoih4UB75UwDLzyX9PcY308Q_TohPWnBMdTcpuSZIBZr-ISTIqvWRxWE4DgCcwqL0phk-X1Kh15hGsHgc6fMS-cJmUSLdMJ_N2KAuhfDr1I1dYrEm2AkjJfFemRs4hmP-KAeDleaAC-n8pj6TuOs8E89fsBbnn64vy-qlOEgSr-aTboVfQB1eKvkQoUhbVG0SfWtAPRYuvwdD03eei_fY6_BPwcDK2kmcbYRlEYk2at0dLX-eZFGTtBy3nQ6KpopP0HvgQfofdx9OhpaLkmlpjX-o32OE-yskFrLK3xV77qSo9-kaGe0dGiNq8n9ZYH1_YtGzSmUd6SQDZubMVPI-cJY5B7ZU_aricJTSjM/http%3A%2F%2Fmoongazer.x10.mx%2Fwebsite/march/march-clock/ respectively.



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Victor Engel
In reply to this post by Amos Shapir-2

On Wed, Aug 16, 2017 at 10:21 AM, Amos Shapir <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Moongazer,

These horrendous links lead to a Cisco security check site, which deciphers them to links to tiny.cc, which it blocks as being suspicious.

Clicking on the tiny.cc link (my own anti-virus found it safe) leads to the real sites: http://secure-web.cisco.com/1hYBasUdpH88Cj9q0moy6a3myJOIUOEvP_ASHTAN5s1BPItd0fkOa_Eaywiu4v7bSlXTk05HexR8orqNF59VLGZWA9zyl_XY3xTca-BHfid5N85yA8q95gbUKop63lbvkmmq6_kwIma4IB9wNR5230sX0eV4RW53BFVDn_g0znreR5DI2NqU2PXG-IFm6ZZYFpdEgs0InaB-lWbWaSj38sR9laSUsQ2S8gM02BK8HENi31-ektfUV09FZ7TrR91nJNhLA2VCGCUFjD9_GX2g1gw7z6xIGEh18zhTD-rnLiwaI1rP0utliLOLB8MSYYlBrJD0Vr8X7pJ81zktUaRNiFOkN3zOHliFovaAGB5XPAYS7L5ud4AaVkPT7Gta5itdoJMHo5yNLdJcLl79IBPlSgkv0e7mjb4HOxp2TcxUMawLUf9l4RbuSag-sEXColg2ZPLCTdkqm7l_foMR0Rzc5dWY51AGKx1BBcMR4oYPN6GfVI8LKVn0cJbEqu9NqoH7G/http%3A%2F%2Ftiny.cc%2Fjmtclock and http://secure-web.cisco.com/1PC_c1OJs5AdomblGDxUrjvqIgrODAHFhMHcVTTIhCmITWtz4TBa1_NLQ5CpMybLqKxsAmjZ2WZJZaD-ITxC9x106vFPiAOwSaEDvO1NkKkZfxmfuHa_BK7P6bgbGvilgTfEigxz8gyQScWXpu8h9ybvezHsG6n-xyWNgiTJ0TB_2Iv-V3EoQX6Yop-mU7r-CGiIWcSmNcdsnTC15z9lyk2I-NelPffs1QAHyp_sqIPTlGW7VQaNIfc4I86M3upTr0u6hivN01NkxyejrYgmR-btzHReq7YgL-cQt76Fx8BrmY_hPl29jppfPRVELhAkuzaO7xr4KiV5g_DJRcUIz28xxiekRcGWR8M7oR9uQi38BlSQp-qG-4c7SvtOhdDTHl7kQRq_WHPzIxQdJiOmDCw8FVQHojfPjL_fopUdsjYl8i5ZNJTIx02mfU4S4IwmuivQAHXsG6eiTOfpn9JureBSo73PLL1upp8-esOVgvo31trhL8LpA9AD8kNF20GVh/http%3A%2F%2Fmoongazer.x10.mx%2Fwebsite%2Fmarch%2Fmarch-clock%2F respectively.

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Re: [SUSPICIOUS MESSAGE] JMT Clock and Molad Calculator

Ryan
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It got redirected to cisco secure web something and thus result shows it’s a link shortener URL to subject and thus flagged as malware

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: [hidden email]
Sent: August 16, 2017 05:57
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [SUSPICIOUS MESSAGE] JMT Clock and Molad Calculator

 

I have created an on-line JMT clock and Molad Calculator, showing both civil
time and Jewish Mean Time. The molad calculator is still a work in progress,
so, although I am sharing it here, the site has not yet been published, so
please do not spread it beyond this list. It is here:
[SNIP]

On it, you can see time going by measured in parts (Halakim in Hebrew), a
time unit (borrowed from the Babylonians) used in Jewish calendrics, equal
to three-and-a-third seconds. Even people who know about this time unit, do
not know, instinctively, how long x parts is, as we do with, say, "40
seconds," because they have not seen clock faces marked in those units. This
clock aims to make people more familiar with them and with how the hours of
the day are counted in the Jewish calendar.

The JMT/Molad clock can seem confusing at first, so please start with a
visit to this night/day clock, which is of similar design, but showing only
civil time and therefore marked more conventionally. It is here:
[SNIP]
The development of that site is slow going because I am just at beginner
level in HTML, CSS and javascript. I did not write the code that runs the
clock. For that, I am using published code (see attribution on the project
page), but I wrote the code for the webpage with the interface and controls
for the clock, that use it in a way never envisaged by the author, who
supports what I am doing with his clock.

I am looking for contacts with more expertise than I have in javascript and
in using the HTML5 Canvas, who would be willing to take questions from me.
If you want to help, you will find my contact details on the project page
(follow the links).




--
View this message in context: [SNIP]
Sent from the Calndr-L mailing list archive at Nabble.com.

 

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Re: [SUSPICIOUS MESSAGE] Re: [SUSPICIOUS MESSAGE] JMT Clock and Molad Calculator

Christoph Päper-2
In reply to this post by Moongazer
Moongazer <[hidden email]>
> Victor wrote:
>> Dear Moongazer, Your links are not working for me.
>
> Sorry, I was using shortened URLs, which it seems the listserv doesn't like.

It's probably the Nabble interface you are using which is messing up URLs. The original URLs are found at the end of the Cisco addresses, but percent-encoded (i.e. '%2F' = '/' etc.).

> Night/Day Clock:
> - also reachable via:   tiny.cc/night-day-clock

<http://moongazer.x10.mx/website/march/march-clock/>

> JMT Clock and Molad Calculator:
> - also reachable via:   tiny.cc/jmt-clock

<http://moongazer.x10.mx/website/march/molad-clock/>
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Karl Palmen
Dear Christoph, Moongazer, Victor and Calendar People

Thank you Christoph for providing the short human readable URLs, even though the first one does not work for me.

I'd like to be able to switch between JMT Clock and Night/Day clock on one page.

The Molad Calculator needs to show the month and year, which better still could be set directly by the user. I expect Moongazer is working on this. Also the ability to go forward of back by a fixed number of months would be great, especially to show the small change of 23 parts (1 minute 16 2/3 seconds) that occurs after 49 months or the minimum change of 1 part that occurs after 3383 months.

Also http://calndr-l.10958.n7.nabble.com/ gets me to the Calndr-L mailing list on nabble.

Karl

16(02(25

-----Original Message-----
From: East Carolina University Calendar discussion List [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Christoph Päper
Sent: 16 August 2017 20:00
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [SUSPICIOUS MESSAGE] Re: [SUSPICIOUS MESSAGE] JMT Clock and Molad Calculator

Moongazer <[hidden email]>
> Victor wrote:
>> Dear Moongazer, Your links are not working for me.
>
> Sorry, I was using shortened URLs, which it seems the listserv doesn't like.

It's probably the Nabble interface you are using which is messing up URLs. The original URLs are found at the end of the Cisco addresses, but percent-encoded (i.e. '%2F' = '/' etc.).

> Night/Day Clock:
> - also reachable via:   tiny.cc/night-day-clock

<http://moongazer.x10.mx/website/march/march-clock/>

> JMT Clock and Molad Calculator:
> - also reachable via:   tiny.cc/jmt-clock

<http://moongazer.x10.mx/website/march/molad-clock/>