[CentOS] How do tzdata changes get made?
lesmikesell at gmail.com
Tue Mar 13 06:29:16 UTC 2007
Matthew Miller wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 13, 2007 at 03:36:48PM +1300, MrKiwi wrote:
>> I guess this is a political question rather than technical.
>> New Zealand is probably extending daylight saving time with
>> a bill currently being drafted. It will (most likely) change
>> the end data of dst by pushing it out ~3 weeks.
>> My question; AFAIK CentOS/whitebox/et. al. should not make
>> any changes to tzdata - it is an upstream issue, but how do
>> we ensure that 'upstream' find out about things like this?
> File in upstream bugzilla. But actually, they're generally really on top of
The underlying data isn't distribution or even Linux specific.
There's probably more than you want to know here:
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