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Re: WSUS comment

From: Tex Texin <tex@i18nguy.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 16:14:02 -0500
Message-ID: <3E00E51A.75504B11@i18nguy.com>
To: Takao Suzuki <takaos@microsoft.com>
CC: public-i18n-ws@w3.org

Yes, I agree, I didn't think it belonged in the spec, but felt at this
point it didnt matter if it was included.
Thanks for suggesting/offering to remove it.

The material would make a good web page though. I might use it for my
web site if you dont mind.
It might be good to have it on the w3c i18n site along with some other
date formats.


Takao Suzuki wrote:
> Do we want to shorten the C "Heisei (Non-Normative)" section?  I don't
> see the point of including the detailed explanations. I originally sent
> it out just for your information, but didn't really expect the whole
> piece to be included in the doc.  A suggested version is as follows:
> Imperial Calendar is commonly used in Japan.  Heisei is the current era,
> and it started on January 8th, 1989.  Year 2002 is Year Heisei 14.
> Showa is the previous era ended on January 7th, 1989 or Showa 64.
> -takao

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