The samples at use both warn and warning.

logging.warn has been deprecated since Python 3.3 and you should use logging.warning.

Prior to Python 3.3, logging.warn and logging.warning were the same function, but logging.warn was not documented, as noted in a closed issue in the Python bug tracker

That’s deliberate. The original code (before incorporation into Python) had warn(), which was kept for backward compatibility. The docs refer to warning() because that’s what everyone is supposed to use. The method names map to the lower case of the appropriate logging level name.

logging.warn() was kept for backwards compatibility but a deprecation warning was added. logging.warning() is what everyone is supposed to use.

Prior to Python 3.3, they are the same, however warn is deprecated:

>>> import logging
>>> logging.warn is logging.warning