When you UPDATE a record, a timestamp field (`t`) is set to the current time
in the time zone given by @@time_zone, correct? That will usually be the local
If somebody in another time zone needs to compare `t` against //their own//
local time, they need to use
Am I right?
So, what if they do not know my local time zone? Is there a way to create a
timestamp field that is always in UTC? I don't think there is, without using a
Am I right about that?
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