On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 7:04 AM, Christoph Berg <m...@debian.org> wrote:
> Re: Stephen Frost 2016-10-12 <20161012190732.gj13...@tamriel.snowman.net>
>> For my 2c, I'd rather have %m, but I definitely agree with Robert that
>> we need to do *something* here and if the only thing holding us back is
>> %t vs. %m, then let's just pick one and move on.  I'll just hold my nose
>> when I see the default and change it to %m.
> Here's the very same patch with %m instead of %t. Pick one :)
> (Fwiw, I'm still leaning towards %t, but my eyes are becoming more and
> more accustomed to %m as well. I'd be fine with it as well. (I'd
> rather want to try to get rid of the timezone identifier there...))

So, surveying this thread, what I see is:

People who prefer %m: Jeff Janes, Devrim Gündüz, Stephen Frost
People who prefer %t: Christoph Berg, Tom Lane (I think)

We can kibitz this more later, but for now I've committed it with %m.

Robert Haas
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