After the first step of internationalizing our GUI, the next step is to localize it. Why would we wish to do this?
Well, here in the United States of America, we are all cowboys and we live in different time zones.
So while we are "internationalized" to the USA, our horses do wake up in different time zones (and do expect to be fed according to their own inner horse time zone schedule).
This is where localization comes in.
We are extending the GUI we developed in the previous recipe by localizing it.
We start by first installing the Python pytz time zone module, using pip. We type the following command in a command processor prompt:
pip install pytz
In this book, we are using Python 3.4, which comes ...