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pike.git/lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/tzdata/europe:1: - # @(#)europe 7.71 + # @(#)europe 7.73      # This data is by no means authoritative; if you think you know better,   # go ahead and edit the file (and please send any changes to   # tz@elsie.nci.nih.gov for general use in the future).      # From Paul Eggert <eggert@twinsun.com> (1999-10-29):   # A good source for time zone historical data outside the U.S. is   # Thomas G. Shanks, The International Atlas (5th edition),   # San Diego: ACS Publications, Inc. (1999).   #
pike.git/lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/tzdata/europe:124:      # From Paul Eggert (1999-01-30):   # Summer Time was first seriously proposed by William Willett (1857-1915),   # a London builder and member of the Royal Astronomical Society   # who circulated a pamphlet ``The Waste of Daylight'' (1907)   # that proposed advancing clocks 20 minutes on each of four Sundays in April,   # and retarding them by the same amount on four Sundays in September.   # A bill was drafted in 1909 and introduced in Parliament several times,   # but it met with ridicule and opposition, especially from farming interests.   # One-hour Summer Time was eventually adopted as a wartime measure in 1916. + # See: + # <a href="http://www.the-times.co.uk/news/pages/tim/2000/05/18/x-timcrtcrt01011.html"> + # Summer Time Arrives Early, The Times (2000-05-18) + # </a>      # From Paul Eggert (1996-09-03):   # The OED Supplement says that the English originally said ``Daylight Saving''   # when they were debating the adoption of DST in 1908; but by 1916 this   # term appears only in quotes taken from DST's opponents, whereas the   # proponents (who eventually won the argument) are quoted as using ``Summer''.      # From Arthur David Olson (1989-01-19):   #   # A source at the British Information Office in New York avers that it's
pike.git/lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/tzdata/europe:1178:      # From <a href="http://www.elta.lt/">ELTA</a> No. 972 (2582) (1999-09-29),   # via Steffen Thorsen:   # Lithuania has shifted back to the second time zone (GMT plus two hours)   # to be valid here starting from October 31,   # as decided by the national government on Wednesday....   # The Lithuanian government also announced plans to consider a   # motion to give up shifting to summer time in spring, as it was   # already done by Estonia.    + # From the <a href="http://www.tourism.lt/informa/ff.htm"> + # Fact File, Lithuanian State Department of Tourism + # </a> (2000-03-27): Local time is GMT+2 hours ..., no daylight saving. +    # Zone NAME GMTOFF RULES FORMAT [UNTIL]   Zone Europe/Vilnius 1:41:16 - LMT 1880    1:24:00 - WMT 1917 # Warsaw Mean Time    1:35:36 - KMT 1919 Oct 10 # Kaunas Mean Time    1:00 - CET 1920 Jul 12    2:00 - EET 1920 Oct 9    1:00 - CET 1940 Aug 3    3:00 - MSK 1941 Jun 24    1:00 C-Eur CE%sT 1944 Aug    3:00 Russia MSK/MSD 1991 Mar 31 2:00s    2:00 1:00 EEST 1991 Sep 29 2:00s    2:00 C-Eur EE%sT 1998    2:00 - EET 1998 Mar 29 1:00u    1:00 EU CE%sT 1999 Oct 31 1:00u -  2:00 EU EE%sT +  2:00 - EET      # Luxembourg   # Whitman disagrees with most of these dates in minor ways; go with Shanks.   # Rule NAME FROM TO TYPE IN ON AT SAVE LETTER/S   Rule Lux 1916 only - May 14 23:00 1:00 S   Rule Lux 1916 only - Oct 1 1:00 0 -   Rule Lux 1917 only - Apr 28 23:00 1:00 S   Rule Lux 1917 only - Sep 17 1:00 0 -   Rule Lux 1918 only - Apr Mon>=15 2:00s 1:00 S   Rule Lux 1918 only - Sep Mon>=15 2:00s 0 -
pike.git/lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/tzdata/europe:1849:   # The _Economist_ (1994-05-28, p 45) reports that central Crimea switched   # from Kiev to Moscow time sometime after the January 1994 elections.   # Shanks says ``date of change uncertain'', but implies that it happened   # sometime between the 1994 DST switches. For now, guess it changed in May.    2:00 E-Eur EE%sT 1994 May   # From IATA SSIM (1994/1997), which also says that Kerch is still like Kiev.    3:00 E-Eur MSK/MSD 1996 Mar 31 3:00s    3:00 1:00 MSD 1996 Oct 27 3:00s   # IATA SSIM (1997-09) says Crimea switched to EET/EEST.   # Assume it happened in March by not changing the clocks. -  3:00 Russia MSK/MSD 1997 Mar lastSun 1:00u +  3:00 Russia MSK/MSD 1997 +  3:00 - MSK 1997 Mar lastSun 1:00u    2:00 EU EE%sT      # Yugoslavia   # Zone NAME GMTOFF RULES FORMAT [UNTIL]   Zone Europe/Belgrade 1:22:00 - LMT 1884    1:00 - CET 1941 Apr 18 23:00    1:00 C-Eur CE%sT 1945 May 8 2:00s    1:00 1:00 CEST 1945 Sep 16 2:00s   # Metod Kozelj <metod.kozelj@rzs-hm.si> reports that the legal date of   # transition to EU rules was 1982-11-27, for all of Yugoslavia at the time.