Argentina's timezone blues... aftermath

Mariano Absatz baby at
Tue Jun 15 17:47:31 UTC 2004

Gwillim's right... shame on me to not have noticed it (I'm the one that 
supposedly reads Spanish)...

Indeed, Ushuaia is the Southmost (or however you say that) city in the 
world, AFAIK.

El 14 Jun 2004 a las 23:39, Paul Eggert escribió:

> "Gwillim Law" <RLAW at> writes:
> > I would give more credence to the Saturday/Sunday date than the
> > "three days earlier" phrase, and conclude that Tierra del Fuego set
> > its clocks back at 2004-05-30 00:00.  If this is correct, an
> > America/Ushuaia zone will have to be created to accommodate this
> > time change.
> That sounds right; thanks for bringing this to our attention.  As I
> mentioned I'm inclined to call it America/Argentina/Ushuaia due to the
> ambiguity problem with America/San_Juan.  I'll put this into my next
> proposed patch in a day or two unless someone objects.
> At latitude 54 degrees 48 minutes south, the new Zone entry will be
> the most southerly outside Antarctica.

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