When I don’t enter my text for a datapoint when submitting with beedroid, the autogenerated entry is along the lines of “via beedroid at 07:41:32 CST”. Which is completely reasonable except that I am not in CST, I’m in CDT, because daylight time is active in my locale. I don’t know if “phone is observing daylight time” is necessarily exposed to beedroid, but I’d rather see no time zone at all (and just thus infer that it was “local time”, whatever that meant when I submitted) than an incorrect one.
This isn’t just an academic/trivial difference: Saskatchewan, e.g., is actually in CST right now: they’re currently GMT-6, whereas I, in the US, am currently GMT-5. I imagine the set of impacted users—those who regularly travel between CST/CDT areas in the same week, or correspondingly between MST/MDT (e.g. people who live near the Arizona border?), etc, is rather small, but I also imagine it’s not quite zero? Whether this matters to them is another question, but still: a bug.