Portable general timestamp format, not 2038-limited

Richard Heathfield rjh at see.sig.invalid
Wed Jul 4 09:07:36 CEST 2007

Peter J. Holzer said:

> It is possible that the observatory at Greenwich still keeps and
> announces GMT, but it has no practical importance anymore. Certainly
> what everybody (except specialists in the field) means when they talk
> about "GMT" is UTC.

I am not a specialist in the field. When I talk about GMT, I mean GMT, 
not UTC. Therefore, I am a counter-example to your claim.

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