Hi Eric,

I've also seen these threads from the archive of the mailing list
discussing about the very same thing. 
In summary it seems that in 2008 Carsten's opinion on this was
that it would add a lot of complexity and it's a pandora's box
about to be open.

In 2014, Nicolas's reply seems a bit more encouraging.


On Wed, Mar 18, 2015 at 04:33:44PM +0000, Eric S Fraga wrote:
> There is no specific solution unfortunately.  Having spent a year living
> and working across time zones, I was unable to find a good
> solution.  And, in fact, the problem was compounded by trying to
> synchronise org data with Google's calendar and with MS Outlook.  I
> eventually simply stopped synchronising and relied on my computer
> having the time that was appropriate for where I was at the time. All

So would your computer find out the timezone and switch it automatically ?
(IIRC Ubuntu does that by default)

On Wed, Mar 18, 2015 at 04:33:44PM +0000, Eric S Fraga wrote:
> org data were "local" time with a fluid definition of "local".

I'd be interested in knowing a bit more about the "fluid definition".

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