CTCP TIME reply is ambiguous
As Quassel (any version probably) doesn't add the time zone to the CTCP TIME reply, the info is useless and/or wrong.
User AAA, CET, Windows:
Received CTCP-TIME answer from AAA: Sun Nov 1 10:32:57 2015
(this is in fact UTC, as it's 11:3x currently)
should be: "Sun Nov 1 11:32:57 2015 CET" or "Sun Nov 1 10:32:57 2015 GMT/UTC" (but TZ can be hard on Windows)
User BBB, GMT, Linux:
Received CTCP-TIME answer from BBB: Sun Nov 1 10:29:37 2015
(correct, but missing "GMT" as well)
User CCC, CST, Linux:
Received CTCP-TIME answer from digitalcircuit: Sun Nov 1 04:28:35 2015
(correct, but missing "CST")
On Windows, UTC time without TZ name is returned.
On Linux, local time without TZ name is returned.
#2 Updated by digitalcircuit about 1 year ago
This should fixed in Quassel 0.13 master as of commit f27435c3d1b2793718e483449c7d6a62ee6cac8e. Take a look at the pull request for more example output.
-*- digitalcircuit sending CTCP-TIME request to dcircuit_dev * Received CTCP-TIME answer from dcircuit_dev: 2018-09-12 16:25:06-05:00
-*- digitalcircuit sending CTCP-VERSION request to dcircuit_dev * Received CTCP-VERSION answer from dcircuit_dev: Quassel IRC v0.13-rc1 (0.13-rc1+59 git-7a878bd) (version date 2018-09-10 23:46:55Z) -- https://www.quassel-irc.org
VERSION replies use UTC to stay uniform regardless of timezone of the Quassel core.
(It was actually fixed much earlier, this is just the most recent change to formatting.)