I was ultimately able to achieve my exactly desired format using a GNOME
extension made by Daniel Khodabakhsh. Thank you Daniel!
I found that here:
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Ubuntu Clock Won't Show Year
Status in GNOME Panel:
Status in Indicator Date and Time:
Status in gnome-panel package in Ubuntu:
Status in indicator-datetime package in Ubuntu:
indicator-datetime, Ubuntu 12.10
The Ubuntu menu bar clock offers no setting to "show year".
Yes, I know what year it is, but I have very good reason for wanting
it shown. For years, I've been collecting screen-shots, when I'm doing
something I think is pretty cool. When I use to use windows, these
screen shots (over the years) have always showed the current year.
However, since April of 2007 (The date I started using Ubuntu
exclusively), my screen shots have not included the year, because the
Gnome clock doesn't provide this capability.
<https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeAndDate#settings>: "'Year' should be both
insensitive and unchecked whenever 'Date and month' is unchecked..."
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