[tz] Pre-1970 data

dpatte dpatte at relativedata.com
Fri Nov 5 23:19:53 UTC 2021

Whatever the iso decides is THEIR problem, not ours, if we defer to world standard.Sent from my Galaxy
-------- Original message --------From: "Clive D.W. Feather via tz" <tz at iana.org> Date: 2021-11-05  19:05  (GMT-05:00) To: Brian Park <brian at xparks.net> Cc: IANA TZ Database <tz at iana.org> Subject: Re: [tz] Pre-1970 data Brian Park via tz said:>    4) So maybe the solution is to use 2-letter or 3-letter ISO codes,>    instead of the shortened, quasi-English versions of the country names.>    So we get things like "CA/Eastern" or "CAN/Eastern", instead of>    "Canada/Eastern". Not very satisfying for Canadians or many other>    countries (except for Americans whose ISO codes "US" and "USA" match>    their colloquial usage perfectly).Are you ready to jump into the political quagmire that is "GB" versus "UK"?Something that people are - literally - ready to kill over.-- Clive D.W. Feather          | If you lie to the compiler,Email: clive at davros.org     | it will get its revenge.Web: http://www.davros.org  |   - Henry SpencerMobile: +44 7973 377646
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