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Change the definiton of a “day” to be localized for users

I've just discovered I missed a day in my "consecutive days" count, because I logged in yesterday morning, and logged in today in the evening. Apparently, Stack Overflow runs on London time, so anyone logging in outside of London has the day boundary at a non-intuitive time.

Shouldn't the day-to-day tabulation be done relative to the user's timezone, not the server's?

marked as duplicate by waiwai933, Jon Seigel, Ether, Grace Note, ChrisF Jun 30 '10 at 12:33

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    You would think, wouldn't you. But alas no... SOFU is all UTC. – Lawrence Dol Jun 30 '10 at 3:01
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    FWIW, I saved my consecutive days count once by taking advantage of the UTC accounting. I was going to be busy all day Saturday, so I logged in Friday night after 6 PM and next in early Sunday afternoon. – David Thornley Jun 30 '10 at 14:16