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Author mirabilos
Recipients belopolsky, mirabilos, mirkovogt, r.david.murray
Date 2015-02-27.14:02:57
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Hm, RFCs are just RFCs and not standards, they can recommend whatever they want, and they can (and do) contradict each other.

I’ve seen things (mostly related to eMail and PIM synchronisation) that require ‘Z’ for UTC proper.

Additionally, +00:00 can be UTC, but it can also be British Winter Time, or DST of UTC-1. ‘Z’ is clear.
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