> > > It seems to me that comparing various choices (and other, more
> > > interesting, algorithms) to the N=1 case would be more productive
> > > than comparing them to the N=0 case, so releasing at N=1 would yield
> > > better statistics for actually tuning in 7.2.
> > We don't release code because it has better tuning opportunities for
> > later releases. What we can do is give people parameters where the
> > default is safe, and they can play and report to us.
> Perhaps I misunderstood. I had perceived N=1 as a conservative choice
> that was nevertheless preferable to N=0.
I think zero delay is the conservative choice at this point, unless we
hear otherwise from testers.
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