Why EEE, (comma) rather than EEE. (period) in date formats with unabbreviated months?

This is a completely personal quest, but I’m really wondering why the standard abbreviated Day format is EEE, even when the month isn’t abbreviated?

I personally think that EEE. looks aesthetically nicer, and doesn’t create any barriers to reading the date.

So I’m just wondering how this happened and hoping to hear from some folks that feel very strongly about it 🙂

so Mon. January 1st, 2019 vs Mon, January 1st, 2019

SharePoint 2016: How to restore the Popularity Trends for the few months

Good Day, I found the problem with popularity trends last week. They were empty since February of current year. Until February, everything had been fine. I have enabled the popularity trends via this topic https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/187fd372-d967-4bc7-ad19-d6bc54a6a010/sharepoint-2016-analytics-usage-reports-not-showing-data?forum=SP2016

They are working since last Friday. I would like to know, is it possible to restore the popularity trends from February to July? I read this article Sharepoint 2013 popularity trend zero count after patch

But in my case it is about months, not about days.

Thank you in advance

Old cPanel dedicated server license for 13 months, old price only $34/m + unlimited cPanel accounts

current cPanel dedicated server license price is $ 45/month https://cpanel.net/pricing/, and its just for 100 accounts

i have an old 3 years license, directly from cpanel, its left for 13 months (until Aug 15, 2020) + bonus 1 month from the cpanel (if available)

it can creating & handle unlimited cpanel accounts, can save you a lot, specially on server that have a lot of accounts (100++)

just want the money back, with old price $ 34 x 13 months = $ 442, negotiable

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Old cPanel dedicated server license for 13 months, old price only $ 34/m + unlimited cPanel accounts