[tz] Proposal to use Asia/Tel_Aviv for Israel - Jerusalem is not internationally recognized as part of Israel
schmorp at schmorp.de
Thu May 9 20:57:09 UTC 2013
On Wed, May 08, 2013 at 10:59:45AM -0400, random832 at fastmail.us wrote:
> On Wed, May 8, 2013, at 8:23, Marc Lehmann wrote:
> > > The regions are _absolutely_ defined by political boundaries. It's why
> > That is your _goal_, yes, but where does it say so?
> in the Theory file. "Include at least one location per time zone
> rule set per country."
In context, that seems to mean what I said, yes...
The point is that that absolute definition is your goal, and not written
down in the Theory file, ignoring out-of-context quoting (general rules
vs. absolute definitions, and this not being applicable to the case in
> You've been avoiding the word "country" for some reason, and I've gone
> along with it, but it's certainly in the documentation.
What the heck, I am not avoiding anything. I *replied* to a mail that used
> From: David Patte ₯ <dpatte at relativedata.com>
> Message-ID: <518942F6.4030302 at relativedata.com>
> that A) the database explicitly identifies what political boundary each
And he didn't even *mention* the word country in the part I replied to.
Are you attempting to single-sidedly change the topic of this subthread
and then accuse others of not using your terms or what?
> Whether a city is in a country is certainly a question of political
> boundaries, and I can't imagine what kind of mental contortions you
> would have to go through to justify claiming otherwise.
I am obviously not justifying anything you claim. Please get your facts
and claims right.
In any case, I will not comment further on this topic, as exchanging
accusations isn't leading anywhere.
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