The “Last changed:” in the footer of each page displays the date of the last build run and the fixed text “automatic” instaed of the date of the last change to the source file and the author of that change.
However, now as we decided for a way to detect outdated translations completely independently from git commit times, I get more and more convinced that having the date of the last commit displayed in the footer (or even just in a HTML comment) is not worth the effort we would have to spend on it.
I actually even think that displaying date and author of the last commit is not useful at all, because the last commit could be a purely technical one (like some change in the tag structure) and displaying that date would make a wrong impression about the last actual update of the content.
So in the end I propose to:
Deleting a branch is permanent. It CANNOT be undone. Continue?