I'd suggest using big-endian dates i.e. 2016-04-22, those are universally recognized as unambiguous which is not the case of little-endian ones where month and day numbers can misinterpreted depending on your locale.
I'd rather use a time element and no class.
@reynir: Thank you! :)
I don't have anything to say against modifying how the date is displayed, big-endian dates looks indeed rather unambiguous. (changing them is as simple as editing the
Didn't knew about the time element, again I have nothing against using it, if you want to change it @reynir go ahead. :)