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Comment LC-3052
Commenter: Erik Wilde <dret@berkeley.edu>

Resolution status:

- when it comes to versioning, i am always recommending to focus on
openness and extensibility and have robust and well-defined models for
those (this almost always requires well-defined processing models for
data). this often avoids the need for versioning, which when done badly
will be a breaking change.

- when it comes to versioning, it is important to distinguish between
breaking and non-breaking versioning changes. this comes down to the
comment above: good openness and extensibility makes it easier to have
non-breaking versioning, which helps tremendously in decentralized
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