Bug#165457: ITP: tz-brasil -- Automatically corrects the clock according to Brazilian rules
Version: N/A; reported 2002-10-19
* Package name : tz-brasil
Version : 0.1
Upstream Author : Pedro Zorzenon Neto <firstname.lastname@example.org>
* URL : http://igbt.sel.eesc.sc.usp.br/~pzn/tz-brasil/
* License : GPL
Description : Automatically corrects the clock according to Brazilian rules
In Brazil, we have a problem with the PC clocks... every year in the
summer, the clock is changed to a offset (GMT-2hr) and then in the
autumn the clock turns back to the regular (GMT-3hr) offset.
Every year the day this offset begin and the day it will end are
different, so must edit the timezone information and compile it with
"zic" program every year.
I intend to design this package "tz-brasil", so that it gets the
information from a server and corrects the clock every year.
(Please don't discuss this crazy clock system of my country. I also
don't like it... I'm just making a package to have the right timezone
information in my PC)
-- System Information
Debian Release: 3.0
Kernel: Linux mantis 2.2.20cbq-transproxy #1 Qui Ago 8 16:28:15 BRT 2002 i686
Locale: LANG=pt_BR, LC_CTYPE=pt_BR