Marc Balmer <marc(at)msys(dot)ch> writes:
> These files are maintained by PostgreSQL, there is even a README with an
> explicit mention that changes should be reported to pgsql-hackers....
What the README file actually suggests is that periodically we should
re-evaluate the set of default abbreviations. I'm not that thrilled
with making one-off changes on a first-to-complain basis.
I have no particular objection to adding FET, since it doesn't seem to
have any conflicts with other zone abbreviations; but we're really way
overdue for another global look at the abbreviation lists.
regards, tom lane
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