lord.buddha at gmail.com
Wed Sep 20 04:48:59 UTC 2017
Have got a reply back from the Tongan news site http://matangitonga.to/
They had a director that sits on the committee that decides this, but
ultimately it goes the PM's office. They have said they want to write an
article so that their readers know what is going on. This is a very good
way of progressing this.
As soon as they know we should find out, but from the papers view point,
DST was not so popular.
I will send them some info on why if they do, it is good for all to decide
more than 2 weeks prior. Preferably the normal state should be a year in
advance (for airlines).
On 20 September 2017 at 04:34, Paul Eggert <eggert at cs.ucla.edu> wrote:
> On 09/19/2017 05:51 AM, Paul.Koning at dell.com wrote:
>> Does IATA indeed have a source of authoritative information that isn't
>> public? Or do they do what IANA does in the absence of authoritative
>> information, i.e., guess? In other words, are we dealing simply with two
>> different guesses that went in different directions?
> That's my guess, yes.
> (Couldn't resist....)
> I have privately emailed a question about this to the Tonga Consulate
> General in San Francisco.
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