Github user ahgittin commented on the issue:
    @bostko is there a reason you didn't `git revert` this?  (looks like the 
commit is not a strict reversion as it adds new tests.)
    @neykov good summary of the problems.  agree having the same guava version 
is an obvious improvement, but sounds like there will continue to be issues 
    unless there is an easy fix where we can continue to deserialize the old 
format whilst also being able to serialize and deserialize the new format 
(which sounds like a lot of work, unless the `GuavaModule` supports it as an 
option), i'd be inclined _not_ to try to get this working and focus instead on 
restricting serialization/deserialization to explicitly registered types, 
ideally using yoml, and defining our own YOML serialization rules for those 
cases where we really need to serialize a guava type.

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