Michael Schumacher wrote:

> And you do feel that the way to do this is to just commit things, and
> everyone else has to keep up with the changes without knowing what
> others are to be expected, and if something isn't right, we'll just have
> to revert it?

No!  The way I did it was broken.  But the whole process is broken.  It
is impossible to fix the interface if every tiny change can be vetoed
by any random person.  The question is, how to find a process that
actually allows change to occur.

  -- Bill

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