Hi David,

> > The aim would be for the existing users to have a code base that
> > allowed more rapid, stable development of new features, deprecating
> > old warts, and improving consistency.
>
> +1
>
> I'd rather see more of all the above, even if it means giving up some
> current capabilities.  I don't think that should be done with the
> current code base.

Could you clarify when you've time. the current code base should not
give up current capabilities?  Or that the existing one can't become one
that allowed `more rapid, ...'?  Either way, it suggests you think a new
code base is required?

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