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Started by sixty_something, May 26, 2010, 08:42:09 PM
QuoteThe document bg tourney schedule update.docx below is missing and I depend on it for registering times/start times.Where has it gone ?It has all the information but in an open format.I keep getting a 404 - Attachment Not Found message.This never happened before?
Quote from: sixty_something on May 26, 2010, 08:42:09 PMSUN - Sunday Session (3/5) 0900/0930 UTC (20:00 AEST)for those of us, like me, who have trouble keeping up with time in our own time zone, socksey recommends this site World Clock where you can pick a city near you to find your UTC differential .. for example, Texas time is UTC -5 hours during daylight savings time
Quote from: moonshadow123 on February 16, 2011, 11:28:16 PMFor those that use the Firefox browser, I find the add-on FoxClocks to be invaluable-- it is fully customizable, doesn't take up a lot of space and the current time of the time zones you select are always shown on the bottom of the browser window. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/foxclocks/
QuoteUK residents, be aware that the United Kingdom ends daylight savings time on October 30, and so does Ireland.New Zealand begins Daylight Savings Time on September 25. Most of Australia begins Daylight Savings Time on October 2, 2011. Queensland, Northern Territory, Western Australia, and Christmas Island don't observe DST.Continue reading at NowPublic.com: Daylight Savings Time 2011: When Do We Fall Back?
Quote from: sixty_something on March 15, 2011, 11:08:15 PMTourneyBot, which uses UTC time, did not recognize the DST shift starting the Bloody Mary last Sunday an hour later than it should have .. vegas_vic, our new Bloody Mary TD, started a Challonge bracket on time at 11 AM EDT (10 AM Texas time - CDT) ... BagO, a European based tourney, started an hour later than usual for me at 3 PM CDT which is correct since Europe and others doesn't begin DST until March 27thaccording to Tom, TourneyBot admin, remaining AUTOMATIC TourneyBot tourneys this week such as the Three/Fives, F3, Mini-Matches, the Bloody Mary, and others will start at their correct local time for those of us in the USA, that is adjusted to DST, as necessary .. for the next two weeks, anyone outside the USA will have to adapt to our DST by arriving to play an hour earlier than normalaccording to Patti, the FIBS clock is off for "two weeks" due to the FIBS server software being in sync with "when the US used to" change to DST .. fortunately, two weeks from now is when the rest of the world seems to switch over to DST on March 27th .. so, ALL tournaments [sh]ould be back on our familiar local time schedules soon
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