On Thu, 2005-04-14 at 12:19 -0700, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> With a UTC date, why would anyone care in which timezone the commit was
> made?  Any pretty printing would most likely be prettiest if it is done
> relative to the timezone of the person looking at the commit record, not
> the person who created the record.

I'd prefer not to lose the information. If someone has committed a
change at 2am, I like to know that it was 2am for _them_. It helps me
decide where to look first for the cause of problems. :)

It also helps disambiguate certain comments, especially those involving
words or phrases such as "yesterday" or "this afternoon".


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