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Comment from: firstname.lastname@example.org Name: Dennis E. Hamilton Title: System Architect Organization: NuovoDoc Regarding Specification: OpenDocument 1.0 In OpenDocument, a specific edition of XML Schema Specification, Part 2, is referenced for the specification of duration, date, time, and dateTime datatypes. The examples of dateTime that I've seen all use non-timezone forms, without fractional seconds. Are the full definitions of those XML Schema datatypes intended? For example, are 2005-10-19T04:12:59Z 2005-10-18T21:12:59-0700 and 2005-10-18T21:12:59 all acceptable, where the first two are the same and the third is not equal to either of them (although all three were my local time when I chose the example)? Also, was it intentional that a 2001 version of the XML Schema Part 2 specification was used, rather than a more recent one (such as the 2004 vresion that is now the latest). I ask because there are differences in the sections for those data types.