Re: HTML has, probably, confusing date format

> "YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ssTZD". In this format a month is represented by two

This is a long standing format defined by the International Standards
Organisation (ISO), as indicated in the reference.  It's advantages
are that it sorts correctly when sorted as a simple character string
(excluding the timezone) and avoids language issues.  I'd expect any
well researched standard to use this format.

(Note that the first T is literal and the TZD is one of 
Z    for UTC
+hh:mm    or

Received on Tuesday, 26 November 2002 01:52:24 UTC