https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=61729

--- Comment #19 from Amgine <amgine.sae...@gmail.com> ---
(In reply to Erik Moeller from comment #17)
> Yeah, sure - I agree there's no point pissing off people unnecessarily while
> we're looking at different test scenarios. There's also no point creating
> more drama than required about a single page test deploy. :) Preemptively
> deleting comments on a page flagged as "developer test page" and then
> raising alarm bells about the coming incursion seems a wee bit premature.
> Let's all have a sensible chat about what makes sense on Meta, but let's
> also give each other the benefit of the doubt as we go please.

AGF is stretched a bit, since there were clear examples cited, communications
channels were not used, etc. That is, AGF is not required from only one party.

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