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--- Comment #26 from Alex Z. <> ---
(In reply to comment #21)
> So, to expand: I fully believe that the community should be factored into the
> decision-making process, directly and indirectly - but factored in is very
> different from being a trump card. If the argument is "there will be people
> who
> look at the API and think it's Us Doing The VisualEditor All Over Again",

I'm looking at this and thinking, "Oh, no, it's them doing WikiEditor all over
again," where a product is deployed to wikis before the API is properly
documented or becomes stable, and bot/script developers practically have to
reverse engineer it in order to update all of their code in time.

I mean, you're at the point of field testing it in production, but there
apparently isn't even a specification for how the real API will work, let alone
a place where the people who will be using it might actually be able to make
some input.

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