[tz] Proposal to revert 2023b's Lebanon data changes
asinglet at epic.com
Tue Mar 28 21:14:04 UTC 2023
Thank you to all of you for your input, especially to our friends in Lebanon for giving us a picture of the state of affairs in real-time. Thanks also to Paul & Tim for the quick turnaround. I look forward to continued debate about how to handle the "four days of limbo" after 2023c ships and we've all taken a nice break.
I made us a Spotify playlist to commemorate the occasion. Enjoy. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7wsxlQdbqZ3j7bay9vNv4e?si=b23a8829edf94dd9
From: Saadallah Itani <sitani at aub.edu.lb>
Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2023 2:55 PM
To: Paul Eggert <eggert at cs.ucla.edu>
Cc: Debbie Goldsmith <goldsmit at apple.com>; Time zone mailing list <tz at iana.org>; Andrea Singletary <asinglet at epic.com>; Maher Kassab <maherk at aub.edu.lb>; Mohammad Abbass <mabbass at aub.edu.lb>
Subject: Re: [tz] Proposal to revert 2023b's Lebanon data changes
Thank you Paul, Debbie, Andrea for your time and effort.
I hope the government or future government including the Lebanese people learn not to mess with timezones in a short notice.
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> On 28 Mar 2023, at 9:49 PM, Paul Eggert <eggert at cs.ucla.edu> wrote:
> ?On 2023-03-28 12:28, Debbie Goldsmith wrote:
>> I think it would be fine to release 2023c right now as a duplicate of 2023a and then add historical detail about the period between Saturday and Wednesday in a future version which doesn't need to be released immediately or even soon.
> Works for me. I'll look into cutting a new release.
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