[Ietf-calsify] Issue 86: iTIP: DECPRECATE SEQUENCE
cyrus at daboo.name
Thu Sep 13 09:29:19 PDT 2007
--On September 13, 2007 11:39:32 AM -0400 Robert Ransdell
<Robert_Ransdell at notesdev.ibm.com> wrote:
> The way I understand that flag, it that it was mostly for broadcast
> events and/or FYI invitees. If it is FALSE than the recipient should not
> send back a response.
The definition in 2445bis is (and I don't think this changed from 2445
This parameter can be specified on properties with a
CAL-ADDRESS value type. The parameter identifies the expectation
of a reply from the calendar user specified by the property value.
This parameter is used by the "Organizer" to request a
participation status reply from an "Attendee" of a group scheduled
event or to-do. If not specified on a property that allows this
parameter, the default value is FALSE.
That implies to me that an Organizer really SHOULD (or even MUST) set
RSVP=TRUE if a reply is expected back. Plus an Attendee SHOULD send back a
reply when they get RSVP=TRUE.
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