John.Cowan said:
>> "GMT" is, unfotunately, widely used to mean the time in Britain
>> during winter.
> Indeed, it is sometimes used to mean that even in the summer.  There was
> some confusion in my company last year about a teleconference scheduled in
> "GMT" which turned out to actually refer to British Summer Time.

Microsoft *spit* Outlook calendar management talks about "GMT Daylight
Savings Time" or some such idiocy. Every spring I respond to the first
appointment request from my boss with "so do you want to meet at 10:00 GMT
or 10:00 BST?".

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