An interesting discourse in that it lists the different types of giving as giving fruits in successive higher celestial realms, with progressively longer life-spans.
In the CSCD it is called the "" but unfortunately the elisions miss out the names of the deva realms so one would have to guess what Ajahn Thanissaro is translating Yāma devas as the "Devas of the Hours." The logical order is: Cātumahārājika, Tāvatiṃsa, Yāma, Tusita, Nimmānarati, Paranimmitavasavatī, and Pārisajja Brahma (Brahma's Retinue).
I also wonder why he translates this section: "api ca kho ‘Ahaṃ pacāmi, ime na pacanti, nārahāmi pacanto apacantānaṃ dānaṃ adātu’nti dānaṃ deti" as ...
... he gives a gift with the thought, 'I am well-off. These are not well-off. It would not be right for me, being well-off, not to give a gift to those who are not well-off'... on the break-up of the body, after death, he reappears in the company of the Contented Devas.
Mettalanka.net gives the translation "I cook, these do not cook ... "
• • • • (Upasampadā: 24th June, 1979)