Ticket #375 (closed design: fixed)
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Section 19.3 "Tolerant Applications" of the HTTP 1.1 RFC (2616) says on the subject of parsing dates from HTTP client applications:
If an HTTP header incorrectly carries a date value with a time zone other than GMT, it MUST be converted into GMT using the most conservative possible conversion.
Does this mean that the server MUST convert a non-GMT date value to GMT? Or does it mean that if (optionally) it chooses to convert a non-GMT date value to GMT (rather than rejecting it) then it MUST use the most conservative possible conversion?
What is meant by "the most conservative possible conversion"?
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