New home for time zone stuff by 2012?

Deborah Goldsmith goldsmit at
Tue Sep 8 23:33:46 UTC 2009

On Sep 3, 2009, at 10:36 AM, Robert Elz wrote:
> I know the IETF would
> want to blast ISOC copyright notices on everything (access would still
> be free, but everything they do gets copyrighted by them).  I have no
> idea what the unicode consortium's position would be, but I wouldn't  
> be
> surprised to see something similar.

I would be.

The Unicode Consortium hosts the UDHR Translation project, but doesn’t  
have any of the copyrights. It would just be acting as a host for the  
tz project.

On Aug 27, 2009, at 10:48 AM, Mark Davis wrote:

> The officers of the Unicode Consortium ( have  
> discussed this issue, and are interested in exploring hosting the TZ  
> efforts. Aside from the Unicode projects, we currently also support  
> other independent efforts (, 
> ). Hosting the TZ project would provide for mailing list hosting,  
> code distribution, source code repository (SVN) if desired, etc.,  
> web pages, etc. -- presuming that the functioning of the TZ group  
> would continue basically as it does now.
> If there is interest in something along these lines, we can discuss  
> more specifics of what this would look like and then pass a proposal  
> by our board of directors.

Deborah Goldsmith
Apple Inc.

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