[tz] Change Request: Europe/Kiev to Europe/Kyiv
eggert at cs.ucla.edu
Mon Dec 6 23:17:49 UTC 2021
On 12/6/21 13:43, John Hawkinson wrote:
> there are plenty of contexts in which tzids are indeed visible to
> users, whether they are "looking under the hood" or not.
That language was intended to express the tzdb's project intent, which
admittedly is not necessarily the same as how the project data are used.
I'll try to remember to say this more explicitly next time.
> CONTRIBUTING.md should be a relatively github-specific document to tell
> people that we don't use Github for pull request or issue management, and
> explain how and why.
> It could then refer to another more general document about contributing in
> general (probably it would be poor to have CONTRIBUTING and CONTRIBUTING.md
> with different content, though).
It'd be odd to have CONTRIBUTING.md with some GitHub-specific text
saying essentially "You're on GitHub and so are barking up the wrong
tree", along with some other file *not* named CONTRIBUTING that gives
advice about contributing.
Since the Markdown-enabled friendliness for GitHub doesn't matter much
now that pulldown requests are "temporarily" prohibited, I'm becoming
more inclined to go back to plain-text CONTRIBUTING.
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