On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 09:47:29AM +0100, Fabian Groffen wrote:
> Please consider commit 2fb923d758749be609c1daab2a72ad4f1ec4c2a9
> (use something like
>    git log --pretty=fuller app-emulation/nemu/nemu-1.4.0.ebuild)
> It was made roughly one day in the future.  I'm wondering:
> 1) is this bad at all?
that's a very subjective question.

> 2) if it is bad (got me confused for another reason) is it technically
>    possible to reject such commits?
> 3) if 2) should we decide on some clock skew and reject anything which
>    is beyond that?
I thought the existing hook SHOULD have rejected this, but I'm going to
go back and review that.

Robin Hugh Johnson
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