“iD editor: It is time for us to end this abusive relationship”
Well this is certainly an inflamatory post about the current state of iD & #OpenStreetMap.
Although I think this phrasing is too extreme, I do broadly agree that the #OSM community should think about whether we should always have the current released version of iD on osm.org.
IMO iD doesn't belong to us, but openstreeetmap.org does. That is under common ownership of the OSM community. And the OSM community can think about whether we want this particular bunch of code in that particular place.
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