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Re: Proposed removal of hierarchy from CAP
>>I'm not sure that SIBLING is a NOP. It seems like its value would be in
>>being able to take "a CHILD b && a SIBLING c" and infer "a CHILD c"
>Not sure what family you grew up in but where I come from it doesnt read
So I wrote it ambiguously. I meant "a has a CHILD property pointing to
>>Bruce, can you explain what you'd use SIBLING for?
>In iCalendar, we defined SIBLING to mean a peer (see Sections 4.2.15
>Relationship Type and 126.96.36.199 Related To).
Yes, I did read that. But iCalendar doesn't define "peer", so the obvious
way to interpret it is to assume "SIBLING" means "sibling". If that's not
the intention, it should be either clarified or struck from iCalendar.
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