Re: <time> values in HTML5

Thanks Liam,

I have created the bug

Given lack of resources, if it would help to have the text written for you, let me know. If you tell me the source format for the spec I can match it.

Good thinking about the XPath/XQuery support...


On 19 Nov 2011, at 00:45, Liam R E Quin wrote:

> On Sat, 2011-11-19 at 00:05 +0000, Jeni Tennison wrote:
>> I see XML Schema 1.1 [1] is at Candidate Recommendation stage. Is it
>> too late to slip in a xs:timezone and a xs:gYearWeek?
> As team contact for Schema, I'll note that
> (1) we'd need implementation support. I think that's actually doable.
> (2) we'd need  clear spec. The HTML 5 spec is quite likely to be clear
> enough.
> (3) we'd need to know that the HTML 5 spec was stable in this area;
> (4) we'd need test cases added to the test suite.
> Frankly, an RFC822-style date lexical format would be of huge benefit
> too.
> Jeni, feel free to file a comment on Bugzilla against XSD 1.1 CR; I
> can't promise anything will happen, because the Schema WG has very few
> resources and is trying to move forward, and because going back to last
> call isn't on the cards, but I also won't rule it out.
> If new types were to be added in the next two weeks, I can also imagine
> us being able to put at least a placeholder into XQuery 3 and XPath 3
> before Last Call for XQuery 3 (and the XDM and serialization and
> Functions and Operators), even if we didn't have all the details fleshed
> out.
> Good catch.
> Liam
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Jeni Tennison

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