hans at gerwitz.com
Tue Jun 6 11:18:09 PDT 2006
Yes, yes it would. If we accept that hCalendar is only about hevent,
and the other component types of RFC 2445 are not applicable.
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On Jun 5, 2006, at 9:13 PM, Chris Messina wrote:
> Wouldn't it be more like:
> <hentry> "I met <rel="friend met"><hcard>Ryan</hcard></rel>
> <hevent>today for lunch at <hcard>The Pink
> On 6/3/06, Hans Gerwitz <hans at gerwitz.com> wrote:
>> Thanks for replying, Ryan. That's exactly what I suspected had
>> occurred and is completely reasonable.
>> Would you mind sharing your thoughts on formatting records like "I <?
>> >met <hcard>Ryan</hcard> today for lunch at <hreview>The Pink Door</
>> hreview></?>"? It looks like if I want to live in the uf ecosystem I
>> need to use hcalendar's vevent; but that feels like an abuse of that
>> spec, since it would be inappropriate in iCalendar.
>> Perhaps I'm showing my age by taking an RFC too seriously.
>> - - -
>> Hans Gerwitz
>> On Jun 2, 2006, at 5:30 PM, Ryan King wrote:
>> > Our reasoning behind dropping vjournal is this:
>> > 1. For the most part, vjournal and hatom cover the same ground.
>> > 2. vjournal was rejected in the hatom process
>> > 3. we don't want two ways to do the same thing
>> > 4. perhaps we should drop vjournal?
>> > The only part that's up for debate is #1, and I, personally, think
>> > that making that case would be pretty difficult, as I think there
>> > is a significant overlap, with the divergences amounting to edge
>> > cases, which we tend to no worry about.
>> > -ryan
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