1st place to check.
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lol project 019:SHADE
Live on Air Vol. 3 10.23.16
初音ミク ベスト ～impacts～
0401 - The Best Days of 重音テト
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Unsure how to handle these.
Nice concept album. Latimeria will Dream - Long, deep, dreams...
I can't transcribe track 6 I'm afraid, will need someone's help with that
ISO 8601 isn't a culture. The default date time format for Japanese culture in .NET is YYYY/MM/DD. I don't know why. Anything else is customizing it, and ISO 8601 isn't any different.
If I'm going to implement it, it might be easier to separate the date formatting from cultures, and provide a list of common date formats instead of cultures. It's not as easy as it might sound like, because it need...
I see. YYYY-MM-DD is just as good, and now I know how it's called. Thanks!
There is no such thing as YYYY.MM.DD format, or YYYY/MM/DD for that matter, standardized or used officially anywhere in the world (OK, aside from Mongolia and Iran). Both seem to be just a misguided version of YYYY-MM-DD which is an https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601 international standard date. And yes that's a very nice one with the benefits of being acceptable for filenames, unambiguous...
The main problem is that the date formats are tied to cultures. "/" is the most common separator, also used for Japanese dates. YYYY.MM.DD is used only in very obscure cultures such as Mongolia. I can consider making an exception, but won't promise anything.
That's a popular format for organizing file structures (albums and tracks in our case) because sorting it by name also sorts by date. It also corresponds with one of the widely used Japanese date formats. The closest thing we have now is YYYY/MM/DD which is good but not optimal, since / symbols can't be in file and folder names.
Thank you very much in advance.
Yes, but that makes it cute in a way.