I noticed that the time of the last (config) backup is mentioned in the webinterface in GMT (although that’s not labeled as such). However, my server is running in CET (Amsterdam), using ntp.
Is that on purpose (sort of universal timestamp, not to be confused)? Or a bug?
I think (preferable) it should be mentioned in the same TZ as the server is running, or (alternatively) GMT should be added to the GMT timestamp.
and now, after DST changing this weekend, the time-difference is back to 1 hour.
You mean this, right?
The date is in the same timezone of PHP
Yes, the time of the last config backup (manually).
Just pushed the button:
while it is 17:13 IRL when I pushed it.