John.Cowan said:
> Another point made in the article, that "GMT" is a conventional name
> for the U.K.'s LCT, is all too true.

No, it isn't.

> Recently I was to take part in a
> teleconference scheduled for such and such a time GMT.  Since I live on
> a small island off the coast of North America, I am in UTC-4 currently,
> and I naively interpreted the time as UTC+0, but in fact UTC+1 (BST)
> was meant.  Oopsie.

The problem here is Microsoft, whose software appears to believe that the
current LCT here is "GMT Daylight Time".

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