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As the raw input format now seems to cover every reasonable
requirement for generating citations (in the Gregorian calendar, at
least), some further testing would get us ready to prove up, from
trials in the wild, what to screen out of EDTF when it eventually
arrives.  Particular targets are:

  - sorting of seasons
  - availability of unknown dates (i.e. 192?)
  - compatibility of unknown dates with date ranges
  - sorting with unknown dates

Otherwise, just awaiting further bug reports, and the finalization of
the EDTF specification.