2017-03-14 17:15 GMT+01:00 Matthew Miller <mattdm@fedoraproject.org>:
On Tue, Mar 14, 2017 at 12:03:57PM -0400, Matthew Miller wrote:
> > or run: date -d 'tomorrow 14:00 UTC'
> Urgh. We are keeping this at the same time *despite* the DST switch;
> the time will still be 9am US/Eastern, which is to say 13:00 UTC. I'll
> change the calendar message.

Wow, Daylight Saving Time is awful; of course, it is not international,
and while we just switched in the US, in the Czech Republic, it's not
until March 26.

Of course, keeping to UTC is the most egalitarian, but that's only in
the sense of "terrible for everyone". Does anyone object if we just
call this meeting "9am US/Eastern"?

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I am so bad with timezones....this is EDT now or?
That means for EU, we will have the meeting an hour earlier, correct? Just want to make sure it's not an hour later, because I would have a conflicting FAmSCo meeting in that case.
But 9 EDT _should_ be 13 UTC, as you said, so I'm save :)

Robert Mayr