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Re: CAP: why does a calendar have a TZID?
David L. Nicol wrote:
John Stracke wrote:But the calendar doesn't list times; it lists events (etc.), each of
which has its own timezone(s).
The time zone that the calendar lists times in.
CAP section 10.2 lists a TZID property for a calendar. What does this
This would have the problem that the CUA would have to be very careful
to add correct TZIDs and VTIMEZONEs when exposing data from the CS to
any other entity. We have a good self-contained data model; we
shouldn't play games with it.
It would also make sense
relax the time zone requirement for everything else and allow the TZID for
the calendar to be the default when not specified.
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