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ISSUE-138 (dateTime): Name of dateTime datatype

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ISSUE-138 (dateTime): Name of dateTime datatype

http://www.w3.org/2007/OWL/tracker/issues/138

Raised by: Ian Horrocks
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We need to decide whether the dateTime datatype used in the OWL spec will be called xsd:dateTime or owl:dateTime. A reason for choosing the former is that it is familiar and may already be in use in OWL ontologies. A reason for choosing the latter is that the OWL datatype is not exactly the same as the xsd version (in OWL, timezone is mandatory).
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