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Re: Change to U.T.C. based release times



Alan Cox wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 02, 2007 at 10:53:13PM +0200, Hans K. Rosbach wrote:
>   
>> Maybe timings should be specified as ex: "10:00 UTC/GMT" just for clarity.
>> Atleast it is my understanding that GMT is what most europeans learn to
>>     
>
> This is confusing - there is no such thing as GMT. GMT is an ex time 
> measurement system. It is no more. It has ticked its last etc..etc
>
>   
GMT still exists - it is "mean solar time" at Greenwich observatory.
> We should not use "GMT" because there is no such thing any more. UTC or UT
> have taken over.
>
> Alan
>   
No, we shouldn't use GMT anymore, that is true.

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