[tz] Crimea to switch to Moscow Time as of March 30, 2014
julian.cable at bbc.co.uk
Mon Mar 17 18:39:39 UTC 2014
Yes, I would, which suggests that a 'disputed' country is a bad idea, but that putting the zones in each country works better.
It is important to NOT choose.
From: Paul_Koning at Dell.com [mailto:Paul_Koning at Dell.com]
Sent: 17 March 2014 18:36
To: Julian Cable
Subject: Re: [tz] Crimea to switch to Moscow Time as of March 30, 2014
On Mar 17, 2014, at 2:29 PM, Julian Cable <julian.cable at bbc.co.uk> wrote:
> I don't think an authority is needed to approve the existence of a dispute.
Would you mark "disputed" no matter who makes the claim of dispute? If yes, you would end up with so many entries that it becomes pointless. If no, then you're choosing authorities - those whose marking you would accept.
Is South Korea disputed? Kim III would probably say it is. Is Taiwan disputed? Crimea? Israel?
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