Refactor timed-event and QWKnet call-out scheduling
Reduced probably the biggest if() conditionals in sbbs to a single line by breaking the "time to run" logic into separate functions and sharing those functions between both QWKnet and timed-event scheduling. There was no actual problem with this code/logic, it was just very difficult to read and understand and step-through with a debugger and understand why or why not an event might run under different configurations and circumstances. Also removed the PostLink network call-out logic. pnet.dab is no longer read and written-to and if you happened to have any PostLink hubs configured (how?!?), they'll no longer be "polled". This is the only functional change unless I did something wrong in the process. One thing I noticed and contemplated, the current time is not queried between consecutive timed-event scheduling/execution. It's possible that an executed event can take a long time and impact the criteria for the next timed event. The events are checked for scheduling every few seconds, so I can't really think of a big down-side to the current design (apparently intended to reduce unnecessary querying of the current date/time), so I didn't do anything to change that. Just something I noticed.
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