I think the discussion of date accessed has mixed
together the following:
(1) The last time someone viewed the resource.
(An indication of how much interest there is. If the date is a year ago,
not much interest. If it's one minute ago, more interest.)
(2) The last time that someone
responsible for the resource said it was up to date.
(3)The time when this resource becomes (or became)
valid. Like a train schedule.
(4) The last time it was accessed by a specific
Now I think that Rebecca had (1) in mind, but
that Bruce thought it was (2) and suggested that that was really "date valid"
which we already have, to which Rebecca responded "no, date valid is (3)".
And I think that (4) is extraneous to the discussion and just adds un-necessary
Aside from my editorializing about (4), is my
interpretation of this discussion (roughly) accurate?