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?". -- Clive D.W. Feather | Work: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> | Tel: +44 20 8495 6138 Internet Expert | Home: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> | Fax: +44 870 051 9937 Demon Internet | WWW: http://www.davros.org | Mobile: +44 7973 377646 Thus plc | |