[tz] Time zones in conflict areas

Christos Zoulas christos at zoulas.com
Sat Nov 28 18:37:29 UTC 2020

What we are trying to do is to provide the correct time for the
people who live in each region. Choosing a different timezone
other than the one the people use for whatever reason makes
little sense.

Unfortunately I think that the time has come to create a separate
mailing list for technical discussions that have nothing to do with



> On Nov 28, 2020, at 1:23 PM, Andriy Ivanchenko <ivanchenko.andriy at gmail.com> wrote:
> The reality of the situation is not that the time zone was changed there, but that this territory was occupied. This territory has become a conflict. And the decision to change the time zone has in fact already come from the occupation government.
> I believe that the decision to change the time zone in the conflict area is not neutral. This decision legitimizes the occupying government. Although the conflict is not over yet and the courts are ongoing. International negotiations are underway.
> In my opinion, it would be neutral not to make any changes. But you have already made a change.
> Can you prove that the change of time in any territory is legitimate?
> Who has the right to indicate which time zone in a conflict area?
> <sanitizer.log>

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