Arthur David Olson
arthurdavidolson at gmail.com
Thu Oct 8 12:51:29 UTC 2015
We might expect that if the legislative intent was for the entirety of Baja
California to use the U. S. rules, the legislation would have been written
That being said, it's certainly possible (or even probable) that de facto
the entirety of Baja California uses U. S. rules, regardless of de jure.
Providentially, we're coming up on the days when a few international phone
calls (or, if possible, monitoring radio or TV stations) can shed light on
But even if there are southern parts of Baja California that use Mexican
rules, Santa_Isabel is almost surely the worng name.
On Thu, Oct 8, 2015 at 3:12 AM, Paul Eggert <eggert at cs.ucla.edu> wrote:
> As near as I can make out, the entry for America/Santa_Isabel is incorrect
> and unnecessary, in that the entire state of Baja California observes US
> daylight-saving rules. See the map here:
> And in thinking about it, this only makes sense. If all the major cities
> of the state observe US rules, why would there be an exception for minor
> towns and villages containing only a small fraction of the population?
> Proposed patch attached.
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