Josef 'Jeff' Sipek
On Fri, Jun 11, 2021 at 09:57:08 -0700, John - KC3FL via groups.io wrote:
I would think 12:00 GMT would be 12:00 GMT everywhere since it's UniversalIt depends on if the software truly means +0 hours or if it means "time in
UK" - which changes during the summer to Brittish Summer Time (BST).
Because of this confusion, it tends to be less confusing to use "UTC" when
you want "zulu time" instead of "GMT" which is way too often mis-interpreted
as the time in UK.
If you want true UTC timezone and the software doesn't give you one - you
can use Iceland as your preferred timezone. Iceland is on UTC year-round.