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Jannis Redmann
@derhuerst
hello world.
Dirk Schumacher
@dirkschumacher
"A station is a larger building or area that can be identified by a name". How about supporting a bounding box in addition to a single coordinate?
Dirk Schumacher
@dirkschumacher
What's the reason why you chose unix timestamps for the schedule? Why not use ISO 8601 with timezone?
Jannis Redmann
@derhuerst

How about supporting a bounding box in addition to a single coordinate?

sounds great. FPTF mainly tries to make a small set of fields mandatory and give recommendations/conventions for other common fields. it would be nice to add an optional entry containing a bounding box. feel free to submit a PR!

Jannis Redmann
@derhuerst

What's the reason why you chose unix timestamps for the schedule? Why not use ISO 8601 with timezone?

as we discussed in the private chat: i may make sense to move to ISO dates for this. the original intention was that the timezone can be derived from the station the train departs from and that the physical vehicle starting to move (in realtime) is a thing independent from timezones