[uf-discuss] Are these hCalendar properties: attendee, contact,
organizer, rdate, rrule,
method? They are not present in the cheat sheet.
brian.suda at gmail.com
Sat Dec 30 14:43:07 PST 2006
On 12/30/06, Costello, Roger L. <costello at mitre.org> wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> In the hCalendar specification, in the section "More Semantic
> Equivalents", it mentions these properties:
> - ATTENDEE
> - CONTACT
> - ORGANIZER
--- these are usually email addresses because some sort of UID/EMAIL
are required by iCalendar. Things get tricky because each of these
properties have various attributes, such as "sent-by", "sent-from",
etc. At the moment there has been no interest by application vendors
or implementors to have these as part of hCalendar. This doesn't mean
that will NEVER be implemented, but at the moment we are focusing on
> And in the section "Human vs. Machine readable", it mentions these
> - RDATE
> - RRULE
--- these are not very well implemented in the wild or in
applications. So at the moment there is no "best way" to encoded these
values - so we have taken the approach to wait for more input before
anything is determined.
> And on the FAQ page it mentions this property:
> - METHOD
--- this is part of the iCalendar specification, but it is more
METADATA about the calendar and not about vevents.
> Are these truly properties of hCalendar? I ask because none of them
> are listed on the hCalendar "cheat sheet".
---- yes, these are part of hCalendar, but they are very obscure and
not very well implemented in the wild. At the moment the cheat sheet
is NOT the end-all-be-all for possible properties.
If you have a solid reason that you would NEED any of these items
please send us your URL. I am opened to discussing some of these
properties, but not in a hypotetical senario - if we are going to
spend the time looking into these - it needs to be in context of real
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