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Author mirkovogt
Recipients belopolsky, mirkovogt, r.david.murray
Date 2015-01-27.19:20:27
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I got that - so marking utcnow() as deprecated seems like a good idea.
But it's not just about utcnow() but also now().

now() also doesn't return any timezone stated by default - which I would still consider as a bug. However making now() require a TZ being specified would probably also break a lot of code. But then, using function called isoformat() - on whatever object, naive or not - I'd expect a timezone being specified - since that's what I finally think the ISO-standard actually says.

I see that my initial proposal doesn't work out, but I'm still not happy with the current situation I'm however also not sure how to change properly without breaking existing code using those functions.
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