Joshua D. Drake wrote:

I guess my point is, if the patch looks good and does not appear to hurt
anything, why not apply it? At least that way we can start to review the
progress of the feature itself as it starts to see use.

I don't think that's a very good criterion. We need to have good evidence that the change has positive benefit. We don't want to be doing speculative changes.



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