[tz] WSJ follows AP to Kyiv
Bryan J Smith
b.j.smith at ieee.org
Wed Nov 20 13:17:39 UTC 2019
Guy Harris wrote:
> just speak of "printable ASCII" or "printable US/NIST ASCII" or whatever,
as that will reduce confusion.
My error then. And I use UTF-7 as shorthand (incorrectly) too much, and
will no longer. Thank you for correcting me.
(not "why the tzdb ID for that region should be changed to Europe/Roma, as
> I've seen nobody ask for it to be changed).
I should have probably stated that I get the Anglization or English
question a lot when dealing with Zoneinfo, and a few other ISOC related
standards. I know several vendors do as well, and I've has to deal with
non-North American partners often.
The theory file has been my answer, and I guess some will always find it
insufficient in current form. Not saying it be should be changed, just
always answering to others it could be changed, if they have
As I disclaimed, I could very well be ignorant of many aspects.
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