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2021

2021-11-21 20:22:52
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2020-11-23 13:57:43
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2020-10-12 15:51:33
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2017-12-25 03:41:10
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2020-10-12 15:51:33
11 votes, rating 5.8
Non-contiguous time progression. Again.
As I schedule my games out a few weeks, I'm starting to approach the danger zone yet again.

Time is falling! Time is falling!
Well... that's not fair, it's probably springing some parts on the other side of the equator... actually I think that's already started... it's already been sprung on Australia more than a week ago this year!

What am I on about? Well, at least for another year, server time will adjust for Daylight Saving Time on 25 October, going back to one hour (+1) off UTC.

For most North American coaches, we don't follow suit until the following weekend, 1 November. (And if you're lucky enough to be in one of those regions which don't use DST (you know who you are!), you only have to deal with the adjustment of server time for as long as Europe still insists on making time non-contiguous. (Maybe the US will get rid of DST someday, but since too many folks still believe it causes more hours of daylight, I've about lost hope.)

Anyway... the upcoming changes in mind as you schedule your games!
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Posted by Stimme on 2020-10-12 15:59:56
Good man, doing Chronos' work!
Posted by Patator on 2020-10-12 16:12:55
In France I only know of people complaining about it. Yet getting rid of this non sense is far away from anyone agenda. Sigh.
Posted by SpecialOne on 2020-10-12 16:28:47
I hoped the EU would get the finger out and move on this issue, but nope! Not this year.
Posted by awambawamb on 2020-10-12 16:54:04
chacun sa croix... when the US will join the Celsius party? we've got cookies!
Posted by Nelphine on 2020-10-12 18:33:58
Razmus, Ontario is actually putting in legislature to remove it; which should cause both Quebec and New York to follow suit.. at some point (I realize this first domino may take.. quite a few days). Once they're in, I wouldn't be surprised if a lot more go, like Dominos.
Posted by awambawamb on 2020-10-12 19:04:25
@Nelphine +50 points to Canada <3
Posted by razmus on 2020-10-12 19:10:37
@SpecialOne - Yeah, I check a few times a year to see if Europe has managed to get rid of this beast yet.

@Nelphine - Apparently there are parts of Quebec which already don't use DST (and Saska, parts of BC, Yukon, and Nunavut) And there's legislation proposed in the US Congress which would keep the US from switching of DST, just for this year. (That timetable won't confuse folks much.) There are a host of US states which have already passed legislation to move to DST full time, but it requires the US Congress to make changes to the existing federal law. https://www.ncsl.org/research/transportation/daylight-savings-time-state-legislation.aspx
Posted by Rbthma on 2020-10-12 19:24:03
Thanks for the heads-up. Loathe it as it personally messes me up for a few weeks, and also is responsible statistically speaking for an increase in car accidents.