On Tue, Jul 28, 2015 at 10:25 AM, Łukasz Rekucki email@example.com wrote:
Maybe instead of trying to decide who is "wrong" and which approach is "broken", Python just needs a more clear separation between timezone aware objects and "naive" ones?
Well, the separation is pretty clear already. Tim wants to have naive timezone aware objects, ie datetime objects that have a time zone but ignores the time zone, except when converting to other time zones. I have yet to see a use case for that.