EvE Time

Time to organise an OP? Getting the time correct can be tricky, especially when pilots occupy different time zones. For your convenience, here's a breakdown of how GMT is affected dependant on where you are in relation to EvE time.

EvE-time is based on Iceland's time zone.

In the Western European Standard Time Zone (WET); Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) is the Standard Time.
Iceland has NO Daylight-Saving Time (DST) so EVE-time is always Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).

In the Western European Standard Time Zone (WET); Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) is the Standard Time.
Western European Standard Time (WET) = GMT
British Summer (Daylight-Saving) Time (BST)/Western European Summer Time = GMT+1

Eastern Time/East Coast Time (ET)
Eastern Standard Time (EST) = GMT-5
Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) = GMT-4

Central Standard Time (CST)
Central Standard Time (CST) = GMT-6
Central Daylight Time (CDT) = GMT-5

Mountain Time (MT)
Mountain Standard Time (MST) = GMT-7
Mountain Daylight Time (MDT) = GMT-6

Pacific Time/Pacific Coast Time/Pacific Time Zone/West Coast Time (PT)
Pacific Standard Time (PST) = GMT-8
Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) = GMT-7

UK & Europe Summer Time (DST) Rule
Start: Last Sunday in March - 28 March 2010
End: Last Sunday in October - 31 October 2010
Time: 1:00 am (01:00) Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)

USA Daylight-Saving Time (DST) Rule
Start: Second Sunday in March - 14 March 2010
End: First Sunday in November - 7 November 2010
Time: 2:00 am local time


Anonymous said...

Awesome recap. Please please please someone tell the Italians that the USA has SEVERAL time zones....they say all the time...the USA players can do this etc...it is like telling me that the Euro's only play in one TZ.

Redundant blogger said...

Congratz on yer first post sir...

Anonymous said...

Try foxclocks if you need a constant source of information on world times. It's a firefox addon which can be freely configured at your convenience to show all your needed timezones at once in your browser bar, e.g.