Θέμα: Re: [uf-discuss] Expressing an event that only has an end date?
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Wed Jan 24 02:56:48 PST 2007
--- Michael MD <mdagn at spraci.com> έγραψε:
> > --- this is when you will have to give an ISO date
> of what you think
> > best respresents that season.
> I hope this won't encourage people to put in
> approximate dates (as full
> dates) to represent a month when the day of the
> month is not known when
> marking up future events that may end up being
> aggregated into listings
> It may result in people turning up to events on the
> wrong dates if the dates
> end up being shown with a (possibly wrong) day of
On the other hand, many historical events have
abbreviated dates like, "in March 1789" or "-0480" (BC
obviously), so it's good to be able to express that,
though I'd use "dtstamp" for the above.
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