Comment 1 by joe 23, Oct 27, 2012
The revision author was using guitone 1.0-rc5 with mtn 1.0 on Ubuntu. So maybe a guitone bug, or maybe an mtn bug, depends on how strict you want to be about the date format. But the trailing 'Z' did work in mtn 0.38.
Comment 2 by joe 23, Jan 15, 2013
Please consider increasing the priority of this issue and fixing it as soon as possible. Since the presence of this type of cert causes basic operations like head and log to fail, it's a vector for making things difficult for everybody. Not only should mtn handle time zone indicators, but it should not completely fail if the time can't be parsed. thanks
Comment 3 by joe 23, Jan 31, 2013
Another problem - bad dates also break exporting-to-git.
Comment 4 by Markus Wanner, Apr 22, 2014
Comment 5 by Markus Wanner, Jun 2, 2014
I don't think monotone ever supported time zone designators, so I suspect that 'Z' got added by another tool. In any case, I added support for those in rev 57a4fd816143b0eb82b154f256ebba2af0bc67a7.
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Reported by joe 23, Oct 25, 2012