[tz] An outline of a possible solution for sensible leap-second support.
eggert at cs.ucla.edu
Mon Feb 16 17:17:24 UTC 2015
Paul Ganssle wrote:
> Have there actually been any time zones that are not an even multiple of a
> whole minute since the advent of leap seconds?
Yes, some locations not in the tz database still use times that are not a
multiple of a whole minute. One example is the Vatopedi monastery on Mt Athos.
You can see Wim Voogd's 2013 photo of the Vatopedi clock, which still keeps
Byzantine time, here:
Not much has changed since Harry Griswold Dwight's circa-1915 photograph:
The tz code and data as currently constituted cannot feasibly represent
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