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Re: Fwd: Daylight Saving Time (DST) change --second half of 2017

From: Avneesh Singh <avneesh.sg@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2017 14:26:39 +0530
Message-ID: <5302C84A40564D78897FA5563926BF17@AvneeshHP840>
To: "Ivan Herman" <ivan@w3.org>, "W3C Publishing Working Group" <public-publ-wg@w3.org>
“Avneesh, I am not sure how this affect you exactly, I would expect your call will be one hour earlier, too.”

Not 1 hour, Actually it will be 9:30 hours earlier, because I will be in US from Oct 22 to Nov 11 [grin].
On serious note, India does not switch time, it remains +5:30 UTC always. And I really like this arrangement, daylight time changes confuses most of us.

With regards
From: Ivan Herman 
Sent: Friday, October 20, 2017 13:19
To: W3C Publishing Working Group 
Subject: Fwd: Daylight Saving Time (DST) change --second half of 2017

See below. 

Luckily, one of the two critical weeks is TPAC week, so we may not experience it (except for those who dial in, you will have to be careful). What is affected is our call on the 30th of October: for UK people, the call will be at 4pm, for the rest of Europe, the call will be at 5pm. Avneesh, I am not sure how this affect you exactly, I would expect your call will be one hour earlier, too. I am also not sure what the situation is in Brazil.

Things return to "normal" on the week after TPAC, except for Avneesh, for whom the call will stay one our earlier until spring (I believe…)

US people are the lucky ones. Nothing changes for them, they can just laugh at the confusion of non-US colleagues…


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  From: Xueyuan <xueyuan@w3.org>

  Subject: Daylight Saving Time (DST) change --second half of 2017

  Date: 20 October 2017 at 06:53:42 GMT+2

  To: chairs@w3.org

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  Dear Chairs,

  This is a friendly reminder about the upcoming Daylight Saving Time change.

  Most European clocks shift back 1 hr on Sunday 29 October 2017. Most of the US clocks shift back 1 hr a week later, Sunday 5 November 2017. China and Japan do not observe DST.


  Between October 29 and November 5, the time difference between US and Europe will be 1 hour less than it currently is. This means that for that week the teleconferences that are scheduled according to the US clock will start *one hour earlier* in local time for most Europeans.

  For WebEx teleconferences that were scheduled according to a timezone other than US or Europe, please confirm the time arrangements with your meeting host.

  The meeting planner tool below may be helpful to find the time for your web meeting across time zones:

  Best Regards,
  Xueyuan Jia, W3C Marketing & Communications

Ivan Herman, W3C 
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