Is it possible to find out who created a tag in Git?

Commits obviously have an author associated with them; but is it possible to find out which user created a tag on a Git repository?

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    If it’s an annotated tag, then yes. You can git show it just like any other object. If it’s a lightweight tag, then I don’t believe so. Just one of the reasons why you should always annotate the tags you’re going to share.

    Yes.
    -> git tag
    then for specific version

    -> git show
    Refer to github guide

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