[PATCH] use iso8601-compliant dates by default (issue812)

Dirkjan Ochtman dirkjan at ochtman.nl
Fri Feb 8 00:04:21 CST 2008

John Coomes wrote:
> Cool.  But I thought iso 8601 requires a literal 'T' between the date
> and time?  E.g.,
> 	2008-02-07T15:28:01

ISO 8601:2004 is a fairly broad standard containing a large number of 
date and time formats. The W3C advocates using the T (and the ISO 
standard itself can only be downloaded after paying for it), but some 
resources at least suggest that using a space instead of a T also yields 
a valid ISO 8601 date/time format.



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