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  1. Considering I had proposed a patch that would have hidden the UI and functionality for new installs (keeping it available specifically for anyone already using the feature) I think this just needs some serious discussion in a dev chat. We have an approach for deprecating the existing feature, and a quality plugin to serve as a replacement moving forward. That this hasn’t happened in core is more a problem with focus and prioritization than it is with nonexistent code.

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  2. Azim

    This will be the first time a feature is removed from core and substituted by a plugin.

    Wasn’t blogroll the first?

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