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> The *last* thing we need is a half-baked stopgap solution that we'll
> have to be backwards-compatible with forevermore. Fix it right or
> don't do it at all, is MHO.
> There is still barely enough time to do the long-threatened protocol
> revision for 7.4, if we suck it up and get started on that now. I've
> been avoiding the issue myself, because it seems generally boring and
> thankless work, but maybe it's time to face up to it?
Definitely. Sure seems to be a lot involved, looking at the TODO page.
Which brings up another question - if a protocol change doesn't warrant
a bump to 8.0, what does? :)
Greg Sabino Mullane greg(at)turnstep(dot)com
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