proposed time zone package changes (Belarus, Newfoundland, Palestine)
Malcolm.Wallace at sc.com
Sun Sep 18 10:19:57 UTC 2011
> The executive summary:
> asia Palestine suspends DST during Ramadan in 2011;
> Gaza and Hebron split in 2011, leading to a new
> Asia/Hebron zone
I am not convinced that the proposed change adequately reflects the fact
that Asia/Gaza and Asia/Hebron _started_ DST on different dates in 2011.
Gaza commenced DST on Sat 2nd April, whilst Hebron commenced DST a day
earlier, on Fri 1st April (on the same date as Asia/Jerusalem, although
at a different time).
For confirmation, compare
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