[Ietf-calsify] Section 18.104.22.168 Recurrence ID: Allowed forms for
TimHare at comcast.net
Sun Nov 5 15:13:12 PST 2006
Wait! Are you saying that recurrence rules cannot use "floating" date-time?
There's a very good use case for it: conference scheduling. There might be
an "administrivia" meeting every morning of the conference week at the same
time and place - a clear case for recurrence - yet, many attendees do not
like to set their devices to the local time of the conference (unless the
device changes to local time automatically as cell phones do) and so the
conference schedule is published in "floating" time.
Interested Bystander, Non-Inc.
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[mailto:ietf-calsify-bounces at osafoundation.org] On Behalf Of Bernard
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Subject: [Ietf-calsify] Section 22.214.171.124 Recurrence ID: Allowed forms for
In section 126.96.36.199 Recurrence ID of RFC 2445 it says:
> Value Type: The default value type for this property is DATE-TIME.
> The time format can be any of the valid forms defined for a DATE-TIME >
value type. See DATE-TIME value type definition for specific >
interpretations of the various forms. The value type can be set to > DATE.
I don't believe it should be possible to specify a "RECURRENCE-ID"
property with a "floating" date-time.
> Value Type: The default value type is DATE-TIME. The date-time
> value MUST be either a date with UTC time, or a date with
> local time and time zone reference. The value type can be
> set to a DATE value type.
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