That's great! That does seem to figure that out. The secrets of Zope.
On Mon, 2006-06-05 at 18:53 -0300, David Pratt wrote:
> Hi David. pytz is a standard python package included in zope that can
> help you manage time zone issues. There are methods to represent time
> that is properly offset according to a large database of global
> timezones. This will help you present the view of time you wish to your
> application's users. Refer to the documentation in the package to give
> you an idea of what is possible.
> David Johnson wrote:
> > How do you deal with time zones in your applications, in regards to
> > dates and times entered by users of the application.
> > For example consider a content object that represents a store, and
> > includes the store hours. A store owner may enter their opening ours as
> > 0800 in their timezone. Do you store this as 0800? How does locale fit
> > in both in terms of store owners and store customers (who may be in
> > different time zones)?
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