[tz] Ethiopia local time
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Fri Oct 5 03:48:43 UTC 2018
That's not really the case. If some country decided to actually implement a
year-round +6 DST, then that would also be included in tz database
2018-10-5 07:48, Tim Parenti <tim at timtimeonline.com> wrote:
> For tz's purposes, though (the sentence begins "The tz database models
> time using…"), those are synonymous. Of course, this may not be the case
> if you're using a workaround like the one suggested for Ethiopia, but the
> goal is to further clarify that that's out of our scope.
> Tim Parenti
> On Thu, 4 Oct 2018 at 19:14, Steve Allen <sla at ucolick.org> wrote:
>> On Thu 2018-10-04T18:13:56-0400 Tim Parenti hath writ:
>> > To bring this back, then, to a recognition of the potential differences
>> > how the hours are counted, we should probably expand the text in theory
>> > slightly to specify that tz counts hours under the assumption that 00
>> > represents midnight.
>> I think that 00 represents the hour at which the calendar day and date
>> change. That may not happen in the middle of the night.
>> Steve Allen <sla at ucolick.org> WGS-84
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