1813Re: [RSS-DEV] Re: Blogify && Peerkat
- Mar 22, 2001On Thu, 22 Mar 2001, Aaron Swartz wrote:
> Morbus Iff <morbus@...> wrote:There is no such thing as a W3C time standard -- there is a W3C 'note'
> > Of course, the initial problem with that is getting the initial client
> > software to spit that out correctly. For example, in Blogger terms, you can
> > deal with the following dates:
> As far as I'm concerned, there's only one correct choice, and that's the ISO
> and W3C standard: W3CDTF, which is also the only format allowed in RSS 1.0.
that discusses possible standards for time / date strings
(http://www.w3.org/TR/NOTE-datetime-970915.html), but no official
W3C position on this.
There are 'official' IETF and ISO standards -- ISO 8601 is the one that
gives strings like:
which is the one discussed in the W3C note and the one RSS is using. I, on
the other hand, am partial to the IETF standard RFC 1123, which lets you
have strings like:
Thu, 23 Dec 1999 07:23:41 GMT
But then I'm an old-fashioned type of guy ;-)
> Unfortunately, it doesn't seem like Blogger spits that out. Perhaps we
> should write Ev?
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