> Time has started and that means weekly conference call is an hour earlier
> <EOM>
> An hour later...

No, an hour earlier. The time for the meeting is based on current Pacific
time, not UT/GMT. So when the US enters Daylight Saving Time, the meeting
switches to an hour earlier, and when we leave Daylight Saving Time, the
meeting switches to an hour later. In most of the US, the clock time of the
meeting stays the same. In much of Europe, the clock time is out of sync for
a few weeks due to different dates for entering/leaving Daylight Saving
Time. In parts of the world that don't observe Daylight Saving Time (most
notably for this project is India), the clock time changes as well as the
absolute time. For those south of the Equator that observe Daylight Saving
Time, the clock time ultimately shifts two hours, though it is probably
staged in two steps due to their leaving Daylight Saving Time in their fall
on a different date than the US enters Daylight Saving Time in the spring.


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