Re: [babel] info model: configurability of intervals

Juliusz Chroboczek <jch@irif.fr> Fri, 26 February 2021 19:33 UTC

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> IIRC, Juliusz had suggested human admins were likely to have little
> understanding of what was needed and the implementation was in a better
> position to adjust values appropriately based on metrics.

Yes.  Experience shows that human admins like to tweak things, and that
a lot of time they get their tweaks wrong.

> But based WG list traffic, there doesn't seem to be a strong WG belief
> that we need to support human configuration of intervals at this time.

I would tend to agree.

> Would it be ok if we left these read-only current-value interval
> parameters as is and didn't add any other parameters to support
> configuration, at this time?

Yes.