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Re: Logical mnemonic model

From: greg <greg@shortlist.se>
Date: Fri, 9 Nov 2001 10:54:39 +0100
Message-ID: <007c01c16904$8cacb900$2e770ec1@gregpc>
To: "David King" <david.king@commnav.com>, "RDF Calendar List" <www-rdf-calendar@w3.org>
Well, hopefuly the CALSCH WG will get some insight into our reoccurrence problems with the help of the Orlando model.  If you follow the list you will know that some reoccurrence issues, such as BYSETPOS (called SETPOS in Orlando) have defied getting resolved for months.

The goal here is to eventually define a logical model for all the possible intersections in a complete "WHA" representation

WHAT and WHEN and WHERE and WHY and WHOW and WHO

These are the building blocks of spatial-temporal synchronization.   

BTW, though iCal is implimented in most of the worlds desktops - as far as we know there are no implimentations that can handle all of the possible reoccurrence outcomes.


> Doesn't this mean that these incongruities need to be solved by the IETF
> CALSCH working group first?  Would that happen in the near future?  If not,
> would there be RDF-Calendar recurrence rules that are ever-so-slightly
> different from RFC2445 recurrence rules?
> -David

> > In our migration from mime-directory to XML and RDF, it is
> > important that we
> > identify the incongruities discovered in the RFC2445 reoccurrence
> > rules and
> > make sure that we just don't pass these problems on unsolved.
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