Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 76494
"GMT" should be "UTC" in documentation
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:47:52 EDT
"HH:MM:SS or '%s'.\n"
The name "GMT" has been deprecated in favor of the name "UTC" (Universal
coordinated time)(*). Thus, this string should most likely say "Use CET."
(*) http://www.ghcc.msfc.nasa.gov/utc.html : "Coordinated Universal Time
(UTC) is the international time standard. It is the current term for what
was commonly referred to as Greenwich Meridian Time (GMT)".
The documentation for CUPS says GMT, so printconf does as well.
And I'm sure you don't mean 'use CET'. ;-)
No, you're right, I meant "Use UTC".
I'll file a CUPS bug upstream as well, but I think this could be fixed
independantly in printconf.
'GMT' is still a valid string---it'll be my time zone soon.
But UTC is clearer, I agree.
redhat-config-printer won't change until the CUPS documentation changes;
Patch for sam.html has been applied upstream and will be in 1.1.17.
1.1.17 has been shipped for a while now.