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Re: Correct handling of Recurrence-id
Doug wrote on 05/27/2003 05:31:21 PM:
> I can not find ANY email from "Arnaud Quillaud". Could you
> post a link to the IMC site for this?
And here is the 2nd posting he sent
in reply to my reply to his first posting (the 2nd one I sent but #1 in
the ordering), again sans HTML:
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From: Arnaud Quillaud <Arnaud.Quillaud@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Correct handling of Recurrence-id
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> Arnaud Quillaud wrote on 05/23/2003 02:49:21 PM:
> > But what is the advantage of the opposite interpretation of the
> > (changing RECURRENCE-ID over time) ? Or what are the disadvantages
> > of fixed RECURRENCE-ID ?
> I thought I covered them already earlier today but Ill try to
> resummarize the probelms with the 'delta' model:
Sorry, I was probably not clear enough. My question was not aimed at you.
Let me try to rephrase it:
First, I think we all agree that the current RFCs are not crystal clear
in that area, otherwise, we wouldn't have this interesting discussion.
Then, I don't really like to use names, as this discussion is not just
about 2 people arguing, but to be more clear, let's say we have the
Bruce model on one hand and the Doug model on the other hand.
You (Bruce) have been quite clear about why you think your model makes
everybody's life easier, is the only one that truely works, etc...
I would like to to hear now, from Doug or from others, why they think
their model is simpler/better. There is probably some good reasons why
they think we should go that way. It would help the debate if they could
expose those reasons, just like you've exposed yours.
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