On Sun, May 4, 2014 at 1:38 AM, Felipe Contreras
<felipe.contreras / gmail.com> wrote:

> We *already* present the timezone when we do DateTime.strftime("%s
> %z"), because it doesn't hurt. And DateTime.strptime() is the converse
> of DateTime.stftime(), and the timezone in is the string, and the
> timezone is specified in the format, and we have a field to store the
> timezone. So, how could it possibly hurt to simply parse the damn
> timezone and store it?

Actually let me clarify that. We are *already* parsing the timezone,
and we are *already* storing it. But later on the code is dropping it,
so all we have to do is not drop the timezone.

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Felipe Contreras