[tz] Russia questions regarding 2010 and 2011
tobias.conradi at gmail.com
Sun Apr 29 21:28:20 UTC 2012
1) I am not your mate.
2) The question was not rhetorical.
3) You are not the position to decide what is needed and what not.
4) I know Ado does this voluntary as anyone else that did contribute
facts. Maybe you too.
On Sun, Apr 29, 2012 at 10:10 PM, Paw Boel Nielsen
<pawboelnielsen at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hey mate,
> About your latest mail to the tz-mail-list:
>>> anyone know whether folks in Russia now think of themselves as being
>>> on "permanent daylight saving time" or think of themselves as having
>>> new, different standard times?
>>"folks" sounds quite unspecific. Do you mean people living in areas that
>> "did not turn its clocks back in the fall" as claimed in the first sentence?
> I am assuming you comment about "folks" is rhetorical in which case kindly
> refrain from posting that kind of comments in the future, it doesn't add
> anything positive to the forum.
> Ado does his work voluntarily, and your comment is unneeded.
> Kind regards,
> From: tz-bounces at iana.org [mailto:tz-bounces at iana.org] On Behalf Of Tobias
> Sent: 29 April 2012 20:24
> To: tz at iana.org
> Subject: [tz] Russia questions regarding 2010 and 2011
> On Sun, Apr 29,
> 2012 at 4:50 PM, Arthur David Olson <arthurdavidolson...> wrote:
>> 1. Some
> areas of Russia reportedly changed time zones in 2011. Does
>> anyone know
> the exact instants at which these changes were made (both
>> date and
> time for each affected region, since the instant at which the
>> change was
> made may vary from region to region)?
> Could you name
> what areas you refer to, so people can search more precisely for what you
> to know?
> Which reports do
> you refer to?
> In 2011 there
> were talks on the mailing list about issues with Yakutia and with Sakhalin.
> I myself did
> suggest new zones that may be needed, given the old information in the tzdb
>> 2. In 2010
> much of Russia did not turn its clocks back in the fall.
> Can you cite a
> reference for that claim?
>> anyone know
> whether folks in Russia now think of themselves as being
> "permanent daylight saving time" or think of themselves as having
> different standard times?
> sounds quite unspecific. Do you mean people living in areas that "did not
> turn its clocks back in the fall" as claimed in the first sentence?
> Tobias Conradi
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