On Tue 2007-01-02T18:36:45 +0000, Ed Davies hath writ: > >A positive or negative leap-second should be the last second > >of a UTC month, but first preference should be given to the end > >of December and June, and second preference to the end of March > >and September. > > Anybody got access to a proper copy and can say whether that's > right or not? If it is right then the Wikipedia article on leap > seconds needs fixing.
That's a direct quote. -- Steve Allen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> WGS-84 (GPS) UCO/Lick Observatory Natural Sciences II, Room 165 Lat +36.99858 University of California Voice: +1 831 459 3046 Lng -122.06014 Santa Cruz, CA 95064 http://www.ucolick.org/~sla/ Hgt +250 m