[tz] Ambiguous abbreviations for Australian timezones when daylight savings is in affect
Clive D.W. Feather
clive at davros.org
Wed Apr 3 08:56:20 UTC 2013
random832 at fastmail.us said:
> I'll call your attention once again to the fact that despite certain
> people's protests to the contrary, every state government website calls
> it that, and the government acts in NSW, Tasmania, and SA, respectively,
> are called Standard Time Amendment (Daylight
> Saving) Act 2005, Daylight Saving Act 2007, and the Daylight Saving Act
> Even if it doesn't have any "official" standing (but then, neither does
> "Eastern"), you can't credibly argue it 'means nothing'.
What daylight gets saved? It's a meaningless term.
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