> What changes?

I don't see a reason for this level of snark, in your next paragraph you 
described the changes I'm talking about.

> Discussion is happening upstream to determine the best location for
> such optimization to happen.

I'm glad work is happening upstream and I hope it goes smoothly, but I don't 
see how there is a guarantee that everything will be done in time for Fedora 
33. I'm not implying people aren't working on it, I'm suggesting that reality 
often doesn't go exactly as envisioned.

> (open)SUSE has been doing this for six years, I don't think it's
> correct to suggest these complexities aren't well understood, or that
> it's possible they won't happen for Fedora 33.

On one hand you're saying that all complexities are well understood and that it 
is incorrect of me to suggest that any of those changes could miss F33's 
release date. Yet on the other hand you mention that openSUSE has used btrfs by 
default for 6 years, so then why haven't these changes landed upstream years 
ago? Further, you stated that for databases it's not yet clear when/if 
nodatacow is a performance win. This suggests that it is not outlandish to say 
there are remaining complexities.
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