Once we have displayed a "human readable" time such as '2 minutes' ago, it start to becomes wrong, increasing with time. Thus people coming back from phone calls, lunch, night shift, or whatever, are only vaguely informed or may be misguided by them. So if we cannot avoid these "human readable" stuff, we should at least allow users to find out what they really stand for.
|Open||None||T111596 Relative timestamp different between nojs and js mode ("1 day ago", "a day ago")|
|Open||None||T31235 Make MediaWiki consistent in how it displays time|
|Open||None||T66430 getHumanTimestamp issues (tracking)|
|Resolved||Amire80||T141423 Add true dates and times to so called "human readable time stamps" as a tooltip or mouseover.|
The task doesn't indicate about which component is it. Doing this is probably a good design guideline, but the only place where it's used that I can recall now is StructuredDiscussion, and it's already done there. So I'm closing this task.