[tz] Lebanon DST change reverted
jadbaz at gmail.com
Mon Mar 27 12:18:23 UTC 2023
Yes, the 48h window was officially decided by the cabinet and should
probably be adopted for historical purposes
Middle East airlines already changed local times back to Winter time so I
don't expect that they would change them again for Monday->Wednesday
Unless they do, this is another reason why historical time should be Winter
time for midnight Sunday -> midnight Thursday
That being said, while 2023c should be released as soon as possible to stop
the bleeding from 2023b and future scheduling conundrums, perhaps it's best
to advise vendors to stay on 2023a until at least Thursday morning and then
jump to 2023c to avoid further confusion in the interrim period
This is especially true as people in Lebanon are still calling DST
"International Time" vs Winter "Local Time". I think very few people are
aware of the IANA db and that a change was already committed and released
In other words, any sudden updates to their device times will completely
throw them off
On Mon, Mar 27, 2023, 15:11 Rany Hany via tz <tz at iana.org> wrote:
> Yes it should switch to DST (GMT+3) on March 30 at 12AM GMT+2. The
> government statement seems clear to me after more complete media reports
> came out.
> Here is a government media source if it is needed to revert this change:
> On 3/27/23 15:03, Andrea Singletary via tz wrote:
> Will 2023c have Asia/Beirut starting DST this year on March 30?
> What does this mean for future years? Wish the cabinet would've clarified
> that while they were on the subject, as Spring Forward intersects with
> Ramadan for the next few years...
> *Sent from my pocket-sized infinite improbability generator*
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