[tz] Bugs in Russia - Seven month past since 2011-09-17 - still not fixed
Malcolm.Wallace at sc.com
Wed May 2 15:45:59 UTC 2012
>> I'm with Alan, I've read the messages a few times now, and I don't
>> have the vaguest idea what was requested to be changed,
> Not sure, what is not to be understand with:
> "Suggested new zone:
> Asia/Barnaul, split from Asia/Omsk"
>> or why.
> "Moves to Omsk Time"
> 1995-05-28 Altai Krai, Altai Oblast
This is an incomplete specification. You suggest that a new zone, Asia/Barnaul, should use the Omsk rules from 1995-05-28, but make no suggestion for which rules apply to Asia/Barnaul before that date.
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