>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. :)

I'd think the 8:00am-before-the-first-coffee checkins would be the
most worrying :-)

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

This is a very good point ... but this still has problems with the
"git is a filesystem, not a SCM" mantra.  Timezone comments don't
belong in the git inode.

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