<blockquote> The key idea around semver is around choice. If your users have the ability to actively choose what version of your software they're using, it works. But large amounts of software is foundational, in that it needs to keep working for a long time to allow for progress to be made above it. This is common in infrastructure, where we are so low in the stack the ripple effects of changes end up costing an enormous amount. </blockquote>

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