If people truly believed in revolution, the International Fixed Calendar would be adopted. It has been proposed since 1902 and provides for a year of 13 months of 28 days, which each day always falling on the same day of the week, because one or two days are added depending on the year, outside of the calendar. The extra month is called Sol and is to be placed between June and July. The extra day is after the last day of the year and would be a universal holiday. On leap years, the other extra day would be the day after Saturday June 28 and would obviously also be a holiday.
Obviously nobody will ever go for this, but can you imagine that it was the official calendar of the Eastman Kodak company from 1928 to 1989?
I once devised a calendar of 10 months, each with 36 days, the extra 5 days to be inserted one after each 2nd month as a public holiday. It was not to be tied to the moon or seasons as such, but each date falling on the same day each year. Each standard month had 6 weeks of 6 days. People could work 4 days and have 2 off, rather than the 5 day week.
Travel! Set out and head for pastures new[br] Life tastes the richer when you’ve road worn feet.[br]Ibn Battuta[br]