Github user sethah commented on the issue:
    Aren't all these cases sort of non-sensical anyway? What good is performing 
clustering on a dataset where the result has (approximately) the same number of 
clusters as unique data points?
    The reason I'm clarifying this is because if this arguably beneficial patch 
only applies to useless applications of clustering, then I would lean towards 
maintaining the current behavior. 

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