First I want to say that I did search the tracker and that I could find some similar items, but they were either many years old, or not described enough to be certain it's the same issue.
I know there is a plugin that converts timestamps of records but this seems to be for certain versions of IIS only, and my proposal if independent of whatever webserver is used.
A webmaster from Europe has a website running on a server in the USA. There is a 7 hours time difference between the timezone of the server and the timezone of the country where the webmaster is living.
When the webmaster looks at the time table presented by AWStats it looks confusing to him, as if the majority of the website visitors visit his website during the night.
What should happen:
The time table should display the results converted to the local time zone of the webmaster.
AWStats stores all records with a UTC timestamp and displays the time table with a certain time offset specified in the config file.
Or a drowdown menu is presented and the user can select the timezone he or she resides in, which will then convert the report to a localised version. (Possibly with a default setting in the config file.)