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Re: gcal reporting Christmas day as the 26th?

From: Stephen Wood
Subject: Re: gcal reporting Christmas day as the 26th?
Date: Sat, 24 Dec 2022 09:48:09 -0700

Thank you for clarifying that! I wouldn't mind taking a stab at fixing it.

Christmas day is listed as the 25th officially by the OPM so I believe all states and federal jurisdictions in the US should have it as the 25th.

On Sat, Dec 24, 2022 at 3:34 AM Göran Uddeborg <goeran@uddeborg.se> wrote:
Stephen Wood skrev:
> Is there something I'm doing wrong? I also notice Christmas Eve is missing
> which makes me suspicious that I have the wrong flags set someplace.

I don't think you are doing anything wrong.

Interestingly, it seems to differ between different states. For
example, New York and Pennsylvania celebrate Christmas Day on the
25th, while many other states do it the 26th just like Idaho. :-)

Very few US states seem to celebrate Christmas Eve. I didn't do an
extensive search but the only one I found was Texas.

I do not see the same problem for Sweden, here it seems right.

It must be something wrong in the compiled calendars in gcal.
Unfortunately the project does not show much activity, so I don't know
the chances of getting it fixed. The source is available of course so
you can try to fix it yourself if you have the knowledge. I'm not
aware of any public forge where a merge request could be done.

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