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Re: [SLUG] Timezone and Daylight Savings Time
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] Timezone and Daylight Savings Time
- From: "Jesus M. Salvo Jr." <jesus.salvo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2005 15:58:29 +1100
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Christopher JS Vance wrote:
On Tue, Feb 01, 2005 at 02:36:23PM +1100, Jesus M. Salvo Jr. wrote:
S for Summer. We don't do Daylight Time here.
Huh ? What do you mean "we don't do daylight time" here in NSW ?
That page doesn't mention "daylight time" anywhere. It talks
everywhere of "daylight saving", and doesn't give a name to the
OK ... I finally see what your original statement meant.
Understood ... but it just seems that it has been sort of "accepted"
practice that there is a different abbrevation for standard vs. daylight
For example, most sites use AEDT to describe "Australian Easter Daylight
Savings Time", from abc.gov.au, defense.gov.au, abc.net.au ... etc.. ),
including the following link:
Your proposed abbreviation for the timezone name didn't include an "S"
for the "saving" part of "daylight saving", either.
I've heard the timezone most frequently called "Summer time" around
Furthermore, here is a link:
.. and it says, under "Time zone names", that AEDT is the abbreviation