I agree with where this is going.

Swift and S3 are compelling enough that they should be in the source tree IMO.  Hadoop needs to play well with common platforms such as the major clouds.

On the other hand, it would be great if we could segregate them enough that each builds is its own JAR and folks have the option of not pulling their dependancies in and not building / testing them in a clean way.

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