Judging by the discussion in bug 430930, at the time ES5 had not yet gotten around to including the language now in 220.127.116.11, "The value of an absent time zone offset is "Z"." Because that wasn't specified, but 18.104.22.168 said (as it still does, now incompatibly with 22.214.171.124) "The String may be interpreted as a local time, a UTC time, or a time in some other time zone, depending on the contents of the String.", bug 430930 decided that the only way a String could be interpreted as a local time would be to treat an absent time zone offset as local.
Unfortunately, 126.96.36.199 is explicit about saying it is not, and 188.8.131.52 says "first attempts to parse the format of the String according to the rules called out in Date Time String Format (184.108.40.206)" so what we are doing now, treating 20111030T22:13:00 as a local time, is wrong.
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Ah, interesting, I see that the edition 6 draft is explicit about saying that it is a local time rather than UTC.
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good that the spec now says local time. That makes sense, and that's what we do.