Nicholas Knight wrote:
The page is about implementation details.
Philisophical discussion of
whether or not it should be implemented are off-topic.
I fundamentally disagree with that. If we are not going to do it,
discussing how we are going to do it is useless. If we are going to do
it, objections should be allowed to be raised. Also, stating the
objections to a given idea might well aid in improving it by showing
the places where it needs improvement.
There is absolutely nothing at all stopping you from raising
objections. Just raise them in the appropriate place, not on the page
where we are trying to describe _how_ it might be implemented.