[LEAPSECS] Ghosts of Leap-seconds past and future
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Sun Dec 26 04:12:58 EST 2010
In message <83E442CD-4A84-4493-8E60-867AF882B0FE at noao.edu>, Rob Seaman writes:
>>> Which is why the international civil timekeeping standard should be tied to physical reality.
>...but Poul-Henning Kamp said:
>> 1. There is no "international civil timekeeping", civil timekeeping
>> is a national legislative matter.
>and later appeared to be arguing the exact opposite point:
>> The entire point of the Meter Convention and of eliminating the
>> leap-second hack from UTC, is that we don't need to deal with each
>> government one by one.
Ahh, how much time do we need to spend on you trying to twist words Rob ?
Is this waste of time what you call "proper engineering" ?
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