Brian.Inglis at systematicsw.ab.ca
Tue Jan 28 17:00:08 UTC 2014
On 2014-01-28 07:22, Morgan Sowden wrote:
> Hi There,
> Apologies if this issue has already been raised, but I couldn't find any references in the mailing list's archives.
> We run a high traffic website and have just updated it so that we can send out emails at the time set by the user. We thus implemented PyTZ as we have users from all over the world.
> We included Kosovo as a country in our country list (requested by some users) but there is no matching timezone for it in the DB. We're assuming that the convention would dictate the one should add "Europe/Pristina" (the capital) and then it could use the same rules as for "Europe/Belgrade" or "Europe/Tirana" regarding the setting of time.
> There is no official ISO code for Kosovo yet, though KS seems to be evolving as a standard.
There was discussion last May starting with http://mm.icann.org/pipermail/tz/2013-May/019292.html
The time history was that of Europe/Belgrade, and the other ex-Yugoslav
countries have tz links to there, so that is most appropriate;
going forward it may follow Europe/Tirane as that is where the
cultural links are, so may need its own zone if it is recognized
and makes its own changes.
Take care. Thanks, Brian Inglis
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