[tz] Chile goes back to DST (...)
pottersys at gmail.com
Fri Mar 18 19:36:57 UTC 2016
I guess it keeps the EU-style time change; as the "hora oficial" is the
time used in mainland (Chile Continental). Easter Island is called "Hora
Oficial de Chile Insular Occidental", as per decree 1142-1980 from
Ministerio del Interior <http://www.leychile.cl/Navegar?idNorma=17012>.
Probably Eduardo could ask around and check that.
On Fri, Mar 18, 2016 at 3:10 PM, Paul Eggert <eggert at cs.ucla.edu> wrote:
> Thanks for the information. From the wording in the new decree, it appears
> that Chile will change its practice this year for Easter Island Time (Hora
> Oficial de Chile Insular Occidental), as described below. I wonder: is this
> In 2008, as documented in <
> Chile kept Easter Island Time two hours behind mainland time: when the
> mainland switched at 24:00 local time, Easter Island switched at 22:00
> local time. This is the practice in the European Union.
> In contrast, this week's decree says that mainland and Easter Island both
> switch at 24:00 local time, which means the mainland will switch two hours
> before Easter Island does. This is the practice in North America.
> Has the practice really changed in Chile, and if so, do you know which
> year the new practice was introduced?
> I don't speak Spanish natively and so could be misreading the decree;
> comments are welcome. In the meantime a, proposed further patch to tzdata
> is attached and is installed in the experimental tzdata version on GitHub <
> https://github.com/eggert/tz>; this patch assumes that the new Chilean
> practice is being introduced this year.
Juan Correa Poblete
PS Labs (http://www.pslabs.cl)
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