[tz] Ethiopia local time

David Patte dpatte at relativedata.com
Wed Sep 12 22:03:09 UTC 2018

The system is also used in Kenya, Ethiopia's neighbour. If you ask 
anyone in Swahili what time lunch is, they say 'six o'clock'.

On 2018-09-12 17:41, Steve Allen wrote:
> On Wed 2018-09-12T16:58:39-0400 Arthur David Olson hath writ:
>> Per the "Theory" file: "...the world is partitioned into regions whose
>> clocks all agree..."
>> So at least at the moment, the goal is to reflect what clocks say the time
>> is rather than what people say the time is.
>> That goal is, of course, subject to change.
> It would be useful to know if privately set clocks and wristwatches
> commonly use this 6 hour offset.  If that is the case then it seems that
> Ethiopia is much the same as Asia/Urumqi
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