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Re: xsd:dateTime vs. RFC 3339



--On February 4, 2005 11:18:17 AM -0500 Norman Walsh <ndw@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> I know we're writing an IETF document, but I think there's going to be
> a lot of off-the-shelf XML software that understands xsd:dateTimes and
> I think it would be a lot better if we defined Date Constructs in
> terms of W3C XML Schema Part 2 than RFC 3339.

Strongly agree.

Also, we have an unresolved issue with historic Livejournal entries,
which do not have timezones. XML Schema explains exactly how to 
handle those. We can have a SHOULD for timezone info, with an explanation
of what you lose without that.

wunder
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Walter Underwood
Principal Architect, Verity