[uf-discuss] hcalendar timezone, DST examples
ryan at technorati.com
Fri May 12 13:56:46 PDT 2006
On May 12, 2006, at 1:17 PM, Scott Reynen wrote:
> On May 12, 2006, at 2:09 PM, Scott Reynen wrote:
>> Ryan, why are you reverting my changes? Is the complete lack of
>> offset timezone examples a feature? Looks like a bug to me.
> Okay, I see now that Ryan has added:
> "These examples are strict copy-paste from the RFC, they should not
> be edited."
> Authors are using timezone offset markup. They're doing it wrong.
> I suspect one reason they're doing it wrong is that the examples in
> the wiki don't show them how to do it right. Shouldn't the
> examples follow the hcalendar spec rather than the icalendar spec
> where the two are different, e.g. in allowed timezone formats?
Certainly, we need more educational material on how people should use
timezones. The particular examples you were editing were created with
a specific purpose– to illustrate the connection between the
iCalendar RFC and hCalendar.
Please create new examples to illustrate timezones, rather than
> On a side note: is this how problem edits are generally handled -
> just revert them with no discussion? I expect that will discourage
> people from adding to the wiki. I know it has discouraged me.
I'm not sure what you mean by "discussion". I know, I didn't talk to
you before reverting the edits, but the issue has been discussed
before, but the intent of those examples wasn't made clear on that
page. For that, I apologize.
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