[tz] Carving shapes
Marvel, Jim (CPCOE)
Jim.Marvel at honeywell.com
Thu Oct 16 17:33:00 UTC 2014
In the mean-time I found
which has stuff I am chewing on now.
From: Tim Parenti [mailto:tim at timtimeonline.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2014 12:25 PM
To: Marvel, Jim (CPCOE)
Cc: tz at iana.org; Eric Muller
Subject: Re: [tz] Carving shapes
The commentary in the relevant portions of the 'europe' file attempts to detail the scope of each zone, in terms of the political subdivisions of Russia.
Back in August, Blake Crosby and I had a brief discussion about how to find good geometries for these subdivisions, but we hadn't found much.
Eric Muller has created shapefiles in the past for some versions of tz data. On his http://efele.net/maps/tz/russia/ page, he shares an "ingredients" file at http://efele.net/maps/tz/russia/tz_russia_ingredients.zip which may be of some use.
On 16 October 2014 12:00, Marvel, Jim (CPCOE) <Jim.Marvel at honeywell.com<mailto:Jim.Marvel at honeywell.com>> wrote:
Also, how to determine borders for Zabaykalsky Krai
From: Marvel, Jim (CPCOE)
Sent: Thursday, October 16, 2014 11:22 AM
To: 'tz at iana.org<mailto:tz at iana.org>'
Subject: Carving shapes
How to determine borders for these new zones?
Two zones are added:
Asia/Chita (split from Asia/Yakutsk, and also with two hours subtracted) and
Asia/Srednekolymsk (split from Asia/Magadan, but with only one hour subtracted).
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