[Mass-Market-GEO] Another KML Change Request Received
mashbridge at google.com
Thu May 20 14:50:23 EDT 2010
OGC KML 2.2 specifies its kml:dateTimeType as the standard xsd:dateTime
(union'd with others -- section 16.10.1) which permits arbitrary sub-second
Perhaps the CR is really a complaint that the current version of Google
Earth does not respect this. Can we ask the author?
On Thu, May 20, 2010 at 11:13 AM, Carl Reed <creed at opengeospatial.org>wrote:
> Dear Group
> The OGC has received a KML Change Request (ID 87). The CR will be processed
> by staff and published to the Public CR page and to OGC Pending Documents.
> A synopsis of the suggested change is:
> The work I am doing with KML would benefit from the ability to
> timestamp content in increments of less than a second, since the
> information I wish to represent on the model changes more than once
> per second.
> Since I would benefit greatly from this change, other people and
> groups probably would, too. There are numerous potential uses of KML
> content that would be inconvenienced by the inability to differentiate
> events that occurred during the same second, but not at the same time.
> Carl Reed, PhD
> CTO and Executive Director Specification Program
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