Atlassian Stash shows when a change was committed locally and not when it was pushed to the Stash repository

Stash says the latest commit was committed 8 minutes ago. That was when I committed the change locally. I then pushed the changes to the Stash repository 7 minutes later (1 minute before the screenshot).

I'm somewhat surprised that it is the local commit date that's being used. Is that really how it should be?

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Yes, this is how the time is recorded. When you commit the changes locally, the time of the commit is recorded in your machine. The push command just send all the GIT information in your machine to the Stash server so the commit time is still preserved.

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