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From: std-u...@ut-sally.UUCP (Moderator, John Quarterman)
Newsgroups: mod.std.unix
Subject: time zone mailing list
Message-ID: <6835@ut-sally.UUCP>
Date: Tue, 13-Jan-87 12:37:31 EST
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Posted: Tue Jan 13 12:37:31 1987
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Organization: IEEE P1003 Portable Operating System for Computer Environments Committee
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From: seismo!elsie! (Arthur David Olson)
Date: Thu, 8 Jan 87 13:36:51 EST

Some of the folks interested in time zone handling are now trading insights
using a mailing list.

Any interested mod.std.unix readers can mail me a request to be added.
	UUCP: ..decvax!seismo!elsie!ado   ARPA: elsie!...@seismo.ARPA
	DEC, VAX, Elsie & Ado are Digital, Borden & Ampex trademarks.

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