ISSUE-25: Temporal reference system requirement: phrasing

Temporal reference system requirement: phrasing

State:
CLOSED
Product:
Use Cases and Requirements
Raised by:
Frans Knibbe
Opened on:
2015-06-10
Description:
The phrasing of the Temporal reference system requirement is still being discussed.

Related e-mail thread: https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-sdw-wg/2015May/0144.html
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  1. Re: Frozen copy? (from frans.knibbe@geodan.nl on 2015-06-10)

Related notes:

Proposal: accept the current text
"If a temporal reference is used, the description of the temporal reference system (e.g. Unix date, Gregorian Calendar, Japanese Imperial Calendar, Carbon Date, Geological Date) should be referenceable online."

Frans Knibbe, 8 Oct 2015, 15:01:28

In the meeting of 2015-10-14 it was decided to accept the text:
"If a temporal reference is used, the definition of the temporal reference system (e.g. Unix date, Gregorian Calendar, Japanese Imperial Calendar, Carbon Date, Geological Date) should be referenceable online."

Frans Knibbe, 14 Oct 2015, 14:33:06

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