[tz] Replacing the TZ Coordinator

dpatte dpatte at relativedata.com
Tue Sep 21 23:31:20 UTC 2021

The primary division would be current iso countries.And there is no need to go back as far as you suggest. LMT, as I'm sure you are aware, originated as standard in many cities in the 1800 due to clock technology. Before that most people used local solar (sundial) time.Sent from my Galaxy
-------- Original message --------From: Steve Allen via tz <tz at iana.org> Date: 2021-09-21  18:40  (GMT-05:00) To: Time Zone Database discussion <tz at iana.org> Subject: Re: [tz] Replacing the TZ Coordinator On Tue 2021-09-21T22:42:47+0100 Stephen Colebourne via tz hath writ:> Is there consensus on the list that a change is required?No.Before a change of coordinator happens I want to see proponents of"one zone per ISO country code" and proponents of the "data before1970 must be available" agree on how tzdata and tzcode should handlethis:https://www.euratlas.net/history/europe/1600/--Steve Allen                    <sla at ucolick.org>              WGS-84 (GPS)UCO/Lick Observatory--ISB 260  Natural Sciences II, Room 165  Lat  +36.998551156 High Street               Voice: +1 831 459 3046         Lng -122.06015Santa Cruz, CA 95064           https://www.ucolick.org/~sla/  Hgt +250 m
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