Re: <time> values in HTML5

Julian Reschke scripsit:

>> 2. Precedent. Explicit exclusion of month and year durations from iCalendar (which was the basis for hCalendar, which was a key design driver for the time element).
> Interesting. See <>.

Well, yes; meetings don't normally last for months or years.  Timespans on
the Web are not so limited; there are hundreds of millions of Google hits
for phrases like "for six months" and "for five years" that might be sensibly
marked up with the <time> element.

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Received on Tuesday, 22 November 2011 00:20:12 UTC