[tz] Asia/Tomsk

Paul Goyette paul at whooppee.com
Thu May 26 10:30:10 UTC 2016

On Thu, 26 May 2016, Victor Sudakov wrote:

>> Do you have enough of a consensus that {OMST, OMS{S,D}T, KRAT} are
>> something we can go with as "not inventions of the tzdb
>> maintainers"?
> I think the OMST and KRAT abbreviations have a long history dating
> back 10 years or more.
> Is there a VCS repository for the timezone data somewhere so that we
> could look it up? This should give them some credit.

I don't think we want to rely on archives of our own timezone data, 
since we've already acknowledged that the relevant zone abbreviations 
there were "invented" by ourselves.

Rather, we would like some external, independant references for what is 
the actual usage in the affected area.

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