I don't think such a pull request would be accepted. The point was to
minimize impact to the block chain. Each extras txout adds 9 bytes
minimum, with zero benefit over serializing the data together in a
single OP_RETURN.

On 05/03/2014 11:39 AM, Peter Todd wrote:
> The standard format ended up being exactly:
>     OP_RETURN <0 to 40-byte PUSHDATA>
> You've split the data across two PUSHDATA's. The standard should have let the 
> data be split up like that; pull requests accepted.

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