Let me ask another question which I think is more objective. Let's say 100
random, smart infrastructure specialists try Kafka, of these 100 how many
do you believe will
1. Say that this behavior is what they expected to happen?
2. Be happy with this behavior?
I am not being facetious I am genuinely looking for a numerical estimate. I
am trying to figure out if nobody thought about this or if my estimate is
just really different. For what it is worth my estimate is 0 and 5

This would be fine expect that we changed it from the good behavior to the
bad behavior to fix an issue that probably only we have.

On Sun, Sep 15, 2013 at 8:37 AM, Jay Kreps <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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