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Author matheus.v.portela
Recipients matheus.v.portela, mrabarnett, musically_ut, winton
Date 2017-07-29.02:02:56
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Agreed that we should attain to ISO 8601, as it solves two questions that occurred in this thread:

- According to the specification, it is clear that a week must start on Monday and end on Sunday. Hence datetime.strptime('201726', '%Y%U') could be safely assigned to 2017/06/26 without ambiguity

- It also makes clear on what to do when a week overlaps two years.

IMHO there is no reason to not implement this feature and remove the requirement of using %U with the year and day of the week.
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