We need to test leap smearing :)
fw at fwright.net
Fri Dec 23 01:00:37 UTC 2022
On Wed, 21 Dec 2022, Hal Murray via devel wrote:
> Google says:
> We encourage anyone smearing leap seconds to use a 24-hour linear smear from
> noon to noon UTC.
> There were earlier versions which did sine rather than linear.
Hmm. I don't recall any nonlinear version (and I presume you meant raised
cosine rather than sine), but I do recall that Google's smear interval was
originally 20 hours, not 24. If you make it 24 hours, there's the
question of whether that means 86400 seconds or 86401. :-)
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