[tz] Belarus is listed in MSK timezone
eggert at cs.ucla.edu
Fri Apr 3 23:46:17 UTC 2015
Dzmitry Kazimirchyk wrote:
> I can see both Pacific Standard Time and Pitcairn Standard Time in the list here:
Sure, and that's because timeanddate.com got the Pitcairn abbreviation from us,
just as it got many of its other abbreviations from us. We shouldn't use
timeanddate.com as a primary source for our abbreviations (that would just be an
echo-chamber), nor should we expect timeanddate.com to adjust immediately to a
change in the experimental version of the tz commentary that was made just a
couple of days ago. Instead, we can give the commentary change some time to
propagate, and see what happens.
There's no rush. After all, a nice property of the change is that the data
entries in the existing stable release already conform to the changed
documentation, and that makes for less technical hassle for everybody involved.
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