"Permanent" DST

Jay Ashworth jra at baylink.com
Tue Mar 15 20:37:01 UTC 2022

Sure, but you imply that the proposed alternative=-going to permanent DST--is only a trivial change to, and it is not. It violates the international rule determining what your time zone should be based on what your longitude is. 

That is not trivial.

On March 15, 2022 4:25:21 PM EDT, "james.cutler at consultant.com" <james.cutler at consultant.com> wrote:
>Folks, for most, this change removes the twice yearly disruption of their circadian rhythm and consequent surge of accidents and injuries.
>My timely recommendation, which also require change to a single file, is to stick to “standard” time year round making solar high noon closer to 12:00.
>	Jim
>> On Mar 15, 2022, at 4:10 PM, Dave <dedelman at iname.com> wrote:
>> Folks for most systems, this is a change to a single file. Not a really hard thing to accomplish
>> Dave

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