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[jsr351-experts] Re: No longer on Daylight Savings Time

  • From: "Aven, Todd S." <todd.aven@...>
  • To: "'jsr351-experts@...'" <jsr351-experts@...>
  • Subject: [jsr351-experts] Re: No longer on Daylight Savings Time
  • Date: Tue, 5 Nov 2013 11:48:23 -0500
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One simple solution: UTC/GMT

For example: "This meeting will take place at 4pm GMT."


-----Original Message-----
From: Ron Monzillo [mailto:ron.monzillo@...] ;
Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2013 11:45 AM
To: jsr351-experts@...
Subject: [jsr351-experts] No longer on Daylight Savings Time

Here in the US, we gained an hour due to the change from Daylight 
Savings time.
Thus the times in the meeting announcement (i.e., 11am pacific/2pm 
eastern/8pm CET)
are actually 1 hour earlier (wrt to timezones that have not pushed back 
their clocks)
than they were the week before. Sorry if I am making this more confusing.

Ron


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