Github user aray commented on the issue:
    I'm pushing for it to stay as is because it's the more logical layout of 
the data: min=0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, max=100%. It's also more consistent with 
summary of native R dataframes (and for Python the Pandas describe method).
    Anyone who is accessing these fields blindly by index should know they are 
taking a risk. Furthermore we already cast everything to strings for the output 
of summary so it should be obvious that it's not meant for reuse.
    @felixcheung If you still feel strongly a compromise might be to print a 
warning when `summary` is called from R with no additional arguments.

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