Changed IDs to be Unix Timestamps of First Publishing Date

Author Christopher Vollick <psycotica0@gmail.com>
Author date 2010-03-20 18:56:42
Author local date 2010-03-20 14:56:42 -0400
Committer Christopher Vollick <psycotica0@gmail.com>
Committer date 2010-03-20 18:56:42
Committer local date 2010-03-20 14:56:42 -0400
Commit 8796ec92cfdc93d8380656fab629876264b818ef
Tree 87835d5b209ce2feb7c4d2202516626f82c87d08
Parent e5e5bf759de39e48efb2fe4d500592a2b5027e90
Changed IDs to be Unix Timestamps of First Publishing Date

This was suggested by Stephen.
I was initially resistent to this.

I've changed my mind.

The reason is because it turns out it's much easier to deal with renamed files this way.

I would have had to do some heuristic hacks to detect when a file disappeared and was readded.
In this case, I just deal with the articles that exist, and use the --follow flag to log to track it through renames.

Yeah yeah, the data's more semantic too.
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