[horde] Issues with Locale and Time (Was Re: Fwd: Your message to horde awaits moderator approval)
Michael J Rubinsky
mrubinsk at horde.org
Mon May 19 18:14:11 UTC 2014
Quoting Patrick De Zordo <patrick at spamreducer.eu>:
> Am 19.05.2014 16:02, schrieb Michael J Rubinsky:
>> Quoting Patrick De Zordo <patrick at spamreducer.eu>:
>>> Am 19.05.2014 15:34, schrieb Michael J Rubinsky:
>>>> Horde has a global timezone setting, which Kronolith will use by
>>>> default. You can create an event in a different timezone when
>>>> creating the event, or leave it as 'Default' to use the global
>>> Dont know where to find it..
>> In the user's 'locale and time' preference.
> I have in global Kronolith configuration (config.php?app=kronolith)
> $conf[calendar][params][utc] = checked
> $conf[resource][params][utc] = checked
> For user test at spamreducer.eu:
> "Your current timezone:" = Europe/Berlin
> Display 24-hour times? = checked
> But neverdeless, -2h time difference between OL and Webcalendar.
> But when I set in global Kronolith configuration (config.php?app=kronolith)
> $conf[calendar][params][utc] = UNchecked
> $conf[resource][params][utc] = UNchecked
> then the times have no difference; theay are inserted in the right
> way. Really strange for me.
This is because this turns events into "floating" events, meaning they
occur at the same local time, regardless of timezone. I.e., an event
created at 12:00 in America/New_York will still show 12:00 at
> I think, this could be an important problem with the problem for the
> other issue "Interesting/wrong sync behavior with OL2013".
> Couldn't it be this is creating some error loop in software?
No. Timezone differences would not cause a loop. Plus, as already
stated that previous error has been fixed.
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