response from Germany

From: Steve Allen <sla_at_UCOLICK.ORG>
Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 06:33:22 -0700

On Wed 2005-09-28T10:03:08 +0100, Ed Davies hath writ:
> The BBC web site has an article about the leap second debate:

At the end it indicates that UK DTI is creating a response.

I have no idea what branch of government creates it, but contribution
23 on the ITU website indicates Germany also has a response.
Alas, only ITU cognoscenti get to read it for now.

The draft US document which is under consideration for submission is
available for review and still open for comment

The significant difference from last year seems to be that leap seconds
would stop not in 2007 but rather five years after the ITU general
assembly approves the change.

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