Quoting Joey Hess (firstname.lastname@example.org): > Most countries have only one timezone, and for those the country-zone > mapping is stored in the tzmap file (automatically generated from > zone.tab), and no question is asked. Some countries have multiple timezones > listed in zone.tab, but these are only of historical interest (ie, to get > the correct time at some point in the past), and are thus not worth > bothering the user about during install. For these the tzmap.override file > can be used to force a whole country to one zone. For the record, I'm in favour of applying the Büsingen exception to tzmap.override. I was not, in the beginning of this issue, but then reconsidered that opinion when looking deeper at what we're already doing for many other places in the world. I applied the patch in git and, unless there is a strong objection, I'll upload tzsetup with that patch, ASAP.
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