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Subject: Re: [cti-stix] STIX timestamps and ISO 8601:2000

just as an example on SQL Server. Ref.

"ISO 8601



YYYYMMDD[ hh:mm:ss[.mmm]]




To use the ISO 8601 format, you must specify each element in the
format. This also includes the T, the colons (:), and the period (.)
that are shown in the format.

The brackets indicate that the fraction of second component is
optional. The time component is specified in the 24-hour format.

The T indicates the start of the time part of the datetime value.

The advantage in using the ISO 8601 format is that it is an
international standard with unambiguous specification."

2015-11-26 19:33 GMT+03:00 Jerome Athias <athiasjerome@gmail.com>:
> I don't mind buying the last version if you feel it would be needed
> for me to review?
> While talking about implementation, optimization... there is some
> decent docs from/around apache log4j
> We should not be perfect first time. But some kind of regex-like in
> the spec + guidance would be a good start (that could be reviewed over
> time)
> PS: for time gurus
> http://www.iers.org/IERS/EN/Service/Glossary/tai.html?nn=14894
> 2015-11-26 1:25 GMT+03:00 Tony Rutkowski <tony@yaanatech.com>:
>> Does anyone actually have a copy of this
>> specification?  At $173, no one is likely to
>> ever purchase it.  Everyone discusses it,
>> but has anyone ever seen it?
>> On 2015-11-25 4:17 PM, Struse, Richard wrote:
>> Just to be clear, I think we are all talking about ISO 8601:2004 not the
>> earlier versions which allowed two-digit years.   Not sure how to interpret
>> #3 – ISO 8601 allows for the least

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