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Fwd: Summertime/daylight savings

From: Brian McBride <bwm@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2003 21:57:47 +0100
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Heads up to folks in Europe; this weeks telecon starts an hour later than 


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>From: "Steven Pemberton" <steven.pemberton@cwi.nl>
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>As Masayasu Ishikawa reminded me, this weekend Europe switches to daylight
>savings, and next weekend the USA switches.
>So this means that next week for one week only, teleconference calls will be
>one hour later for Europeans, and the week after, for the duration of
>daylight savings time in the US (until 26th October), calls will be one hour
>earlier in Japan.
>Of course, this weekend, daylight savings *ends* in Australia, which means
>that calls will be one hour *earlier* next week, and then *two* hours
>earlier (Right?)
>For other countries, well, see
>(Interesting factoid: West and Central Europe switch to DST at the same
>instant, regardless of time zone, whereas the USA changes per time zone).
>Steven Pemberton
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