Thank you for clarifications.
It's somewhat disheartening to hear responses that largely boil down to "If
you can't get it perfectly right, stop trying!".
I am sorry if this is what you feel about my comments. I never wanted to
say that you should stop trying if you cannot get it perfectly right. I
agree that trying (and perhaps failing or winning) is the motor to
development and evolution. What I wanted to say was "Until we can't get it
perfectly right, let's not make it a default." Do you think this a stupid
approach from a QE's perspective?
You have said a couple of times, that users should not switch off modular
repos, because they could break their system. What if, until we know it's
perfectly safe, users would not break their system with modular repos off?
In that case, we could have a modularity opt-in for the time's being, and
we could buy us time to test default streams and whatever you need to test.
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