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XML Schema Datatype: unanswered questions.
- From: Kohsuke KAWAGUCHI <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: Rick Jelliffe <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 03 Apr 2001 11:39:18 -0700
> last moment. Numbers and time/dates both have been very difficult to get
> right (indeed, we basically gave up on producing an acceptable type
> heirarchy for dates and times for XML Schemas 1.0).
It seems to me that WG gave up producing acceptable types (not only
hierarchy but types themselves) for dates and times.
The followings are my post to firstname.lastname@example.org about
date/time related types.
I think those two are fairly important:
But nobody gave an answer.
The following three are very simple mistakes. A WG member promised me a
correction. But the truth is the same errors still remain in PR spec.
Those two are also related to date/time types. And again, no answer has
Actually, I've posted more than 20 comments to email@example.com
but more than half are unanswered at all. It sure is a good way to
discourage people from sending comments.
I'm not familiar with W3C process, but is WG allowed to ignore public
reviews? I understand that the WG is very busy and obviously it is
impossible to answer *all* of the comments, but how can they ignore
comments like first two ?
The spec says
> Technical and editorial comments should be sent to the publicly
> archived firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list.
But there is no description about how comments are treated.