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Author mirkovogt
Recipients belopolsky, mirkovogt, r.david.murray
Date 2015-01-27.19:32:57
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Just to clarify my problem - then I'll just happily use

 - There is which is supposed to be used (no utcnow() anymore)
 - might return a naive object, when no TZ is specified
 - *However* also the naive variant implements the class isoformat() which is described as "Return a string representing the date in ISO 8601 format"
 - ISO 8601 can and should be understood such as the TZ-designator is required (I think we agreed on that).
 - However isoformat() called on a naive object returns a string with no TZ designator

I would at least suggesting adding a note for isoformat() about being called on naive datetime objects.
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