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Placid

Forum Time (Dont flame me)

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This is kinda off topic, and ill probably get flamed for it but........

 

 

.....its also kinda pointless........

 

 

 

Although the british summer is usually non-existent, when it reachers the summer season, the time increases by 1 hour. So technically you should increase the forum time by one hour and therefore should be in BST.........

 

 

 

Sorry :P

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u know what i think yr absolutely right... this post is completely pointless :wink:

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lol....technically, GMT is not in use, GMT is not applicable because the UK are in BST.

 

But i like hurc's point....this post is completely pointless and im glad som1 agrees :P

 

 

 

hehe! :)

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I don't understand what the point is in making the server use BST?

 

Oh wait...it was pointless...

 

Nvm.

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This is partly an oddity of phpBB (the software that runs the forums).

 

I run a copy at work for my department and have the same limitation.

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well i suppose i was only pointing something out, not asking for a change. so appologies.......it was completely pointless.... :P

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I dont get it... o.o so your saying that there is no way you can get the time to work right in the forum, cause ur in england?... wait a minut - i dont give a fuck :)

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BST?

 

Placid, this thread wasn't pointless at all :P

 

For some reason, I'm in the mood for a sandwich...

 

Maybe...BLT...

 

or...Dennis...

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lol, oh dear....time to get some sleep me thinks.....

 

 

(BTW, BST = British Summer Time, not that summer exists here in the uk)

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lol....technically, GMT is not in use, GMT is not applicable because the UK are in BST.

 

GMT is in use (but called different : UTC = Universal Time Coordinate)

This is the default time used among licenced radioamateurs and shortwave radiobroadcaststations

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fair enough, i stand corrected.

 

in light of this i rewrite my statement:

 

errr.......what should i write.....

 

actually i dont.....

 

 

 

:D

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