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Bug#93810: marked as done (Australian zoneinfo wrong - should be AEST, not EST)

Your message dated Tue, 12 Aug 2014 00:42:03 -0700
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and subject line Re: Australian zoneinfo wrong - should be AEST, not EST
has caused the Debian Bug report #93810,
regarding Australian zoneinfo wrong - should be AEST, not EST
to be marked as done.

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Package: glibc
Version: 2.2.2-4

I'm in Melbourne, Australia, so, naturally, I use the Australia/Melbourne
timezone; logical, right?
But obviously not to libc6:

daniel@piro:~$ date
Fri Apr 13 16:20:10 EST 2001

This should be AEST, seeing as that's the official timezone name (Australian
Eastern Standard Time).

This has caused much confusion on IRC; even worse than normal! Stop the

:) d

Daniel Stone
Linux Kernel Developer

Version: 3.1
G!>CS d s++:- a---- C++ ULS++++$>B P---- L+++>++++ E+(joe)>+++ W++ N->++ !o
K? w++(--) O---- M- V-- PS+++ PE- Y PGP>++ t--- 5-- X- R- tv-(!) b+++ DI+++ 
D+ G e->++ h!(+) r+(%) y? UF++

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As this bug is fixed in Debian sid now, I'm closing it.

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