[Ietf-calsify] Re: 2nd and higher instance busted across time zone
lennox at cs.columbia.edu
Mon Apr 11 10:46:50 PDT 2005
On Monday, April 11 2005, "Michiel van Leeuwen" wrote to "ietf-calsify at osafoundation.org" saying:
> Doug Royer wrote:
> > Good point. We decided against 'M' (month) in PERIOD because it has
> > a variable length
> > We could eliminate 'W' and 'D' as they can get confusing for that
> > reason.
> Isn't that exactly why you do need them? Without them, i don't see how
> you set a duration of 1 day. Using 24 hours won't do, because 1 day
> might be 25 hours. A duration of 1 day would mean: until the same time
> the next day.
What does DURATION:P1DT8H mean, then?
Also, since this is calsify -- how do existing clients handle day-based
durations (with or without hours) which cross an offset change?
lennox at cs dot columbia dot edu
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