Irkutsk and Ulan-Ude didn't change time zone, same MSK+5. New Russia map without DST.
camber at smallbusinessschool.org
Mon Apr 4 23:03:13 UTC 2011
Alexander, Derick, and the TZ group:
Is there any one person (or subgroup of people) within the TZ Group
who is (are) advocating that time zones be pulled out of the UTC offset
and that time zones be known simply as TZ 1-to-24?
My reference on this topic is within the right column of this page:
Is this a silly concept? Is so, I would be very interested to learn why..
On Mon, Apr 4, 2011 at 6:07 AM, Alexander Krivenyshev <
worldtimezone at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Derick Rethans <tz <at> derickrethans.nl> writes:
> > On Wed, 30 Mar 2011, Arthur David Olson wrote:
> > > Here are proposed changes to the time zone package; the executive
> > >
> > > asia Russia to use permanent DST after its start in
> > > europe Russia to use permanent DST after its start in
> > > Irkutsk changes to Moscow+4 at start of DST in 2011.
> > > Ulan-Ude stays at Moscow+5 at start of DST in 2011 (new
> > Did you perhaps miss those in the 2011e update? I know that at least
> > Ulan-Ude didn't make it in.
> > cheers,
> > Derick
> Irkutsk stays at Moscow +5 (UTC+9) at start of DST in 2011.
> Ulan-Ude stays at Moscow+5 (UTC+9) at start of DST in 2011.
> Irkutsk region (with the rest of Russia) goes to Daylight saving time March
> and new Russia map (without DST):
> Alexander Krivenyshev,
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