also sprach David Bremner <david at tethera.net> [2009.12.17.0218 +1300]:
> I agree that the labels-in-headers approach has some nice
> advantages.  I haven't thought through merging of tag lists, but
> maybe that is no worse than other approaches.  One thing that
> worries me a bit is that notmuch updates tags often, and each of
> these updates would require rewriting the message, at least in the
> obvious implementation.

If we separated implicit and explicit tags, then that issue would
not exist, and from all I can tell, only the privacy issues, and the
risk of losing mail when files are rewritten persist.

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