On 11/18/2010 04:02 PM, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
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On 11/18/2010 09:55 AM, Dmitri Pal wrote:
Steve can you summarize where we are and what we agreed to, please, and
identify the questions that we need to answer.

Simo, Adam and I had a long discussion on IRC regarding the time rules
today (complete log attached).

The short version is that we're going to continue (mostly) with the
current grammar for the time rules, with a few changes.

1) We need to replace week-of-the-month with day-of-the-septet. This day
should not be a range or multi-valued to eliminate confusion
2) We need to replace the time range with a duration
3) We should add startDate and endDate as attributes on the HBAC object
(separate from the accessTime). I propose these should be in LDAP
generalizedTime so that it's possible to construct filters around them.
This effectively sets the beginning and end of a periodic schedule.

OK, just please stop calling it septet. I think Drums, Bass, Piano, 2 Saxes, Trumpet, Trombone Jazz combo when I hear that. It isl ike octet versus byte....it means the same thing, and just annoys people.

What you really want is to call it week-of-the-month as opposed to week. I realize that is more verbose, but we don't sound like smarty-pants.




I've drawn up a new grammar definition and published it to the SSSD wiki
(not currently linked from anywhere):
https://fedorahosted.org/sssd/wiki/HBAC_Grammar

Please review and give feedback.


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