dev-time - Get the current local time of a GitHub user.

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Get the current local time of a GitHub user.The GitHub user to retrieve the current local time for.

https://github.com/SamVerschueren/dev-time

Dependencies:

conf : ^0.11.0
del : ^2.2.0
execa : ^0.4.0
gh-got : ^4.0.0
latest-push : ^1.0.0
moment-timezone : ^0.5.3
tempfile : ^1.1.1

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