Comment 15 for bug 368060

Hi Kenneth,

Thanks for the updates. What software do you use to edit the images? There are still some inaccuracies that I would like to point out.


From: Kenneth Wimer <email address hidden>
To: <email address hidden>
Sent: Tue, 6 April, 2010 11:40:02 PM
Subject: [Bug 368060] Re: Map of Kashmir when selecting the timezone is incorrect

Here are pics which correct the size of India as well as updated time
zones for Russia and the color code image needed to make it all work

** Attachment added: "lucid-changes.tar.bz2"

** Changed in: ubiquity (Ubuntu Lucid)
       Status: In Progress => Fix Committed

Map of Kashmir when selecting the timezone is incorrect
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Status in “ubiquity” package in Ubuntu: Fix Committed
Status in “ubiquity” source package in Lucid: Fix Committed

Bug description:
When installing Ubuntu, I have to select the timezone. I notice that the map of Kashmir is incorrectly positioned and does not reflect the political situation of the volatile region. Ubuntu must keep political scenarios in mind to produce neutrally-labelled maps. The United Nations also produces neutral maps.

So this should be displayed when displaying maps of India, Pakistan and China: (See reference map:

* Select India (IST):
** India selected.
** Kashmir and Arunachal Pradesh within India has a lighter shade
** Kashmir within Pakistan and China with an even lighter shade

* Select Pakistan (PST)
**Pakistan without Kashmir in standard shade
**Kashmir within Pakistan with a lighter shade

*Select China
**PRC standard shade
**PRC with Kashmir lighter shade
**PRC with Arunachal Pradesh with an even lighter shade.

Hope you can implement this in Ubuntu 9.10

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