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IRC calendar meeting agenda Wednesday Feb 12th, 17:00 UTC

From: Libby Miller <Libby.Miller@bristol.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 12 Feb 2003 15:13:01 +0000 (GMT)
To: www-rdf-calendar@w3.org
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IRC calendar meeting: Wednesday Feb 12th, 17:00 UTC:



current agenda follows, although more suggestions may be added as we go


1.  iCalendar2RDF issues
time: 15-20 minutes
suggested by Libby Miller

1.1 The relationship between the Vcalendar and components.
I think it would be useful to regard vcalendars as containers for
vevents. Apple products for example allow you to separate out 'work' and
'home' etc calendars in this way. In addition, if RFC 2445 allows more
than one vcalendar in a document, then the relationship between
components and vevents becomes more confusing.

1.2 Vcalendar rdf:about=""
For testing I've removed this, because it generated different graphs
depending on the filename, and I wanted to be able to test if the RDF
graphs were identical ot not using Jena's comparison tool.
Dan Connolly wondered if it was bogus:

2. recurring events
time: 30 minutes?
suggested by Graham Klyne

Ronan has done some work on converting my network access schedule
data to the new schema, and we have put together some notes and proposals,
available at [1].  Maybe this can seed some discussion of recurring
events? (Some background comments and links are at [2].)
[1] http://www.ninebynine.org/RDFNotes/Calendaring/iCal-proposal.html
[2] http://www.ninebynine.org/RDFNotes/Calendaring/Intro.html

3.  If we have time - more iCalendar2RDF issues
suggested by Libby Miller

3.1  datestamps (why aren't they considered as datetimes?)
3.2.  x-properties - at the moment you have to pass the x-property url
to ical2rdf - might it be possible to get this from the prodid string or
somesuch? Is this the only product-specific additional information
3.3.  will mailing list do for this kind of thing, or would bugzilla


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