According to John Polstra:
1. It could allow anything, just like it did before I made my commit.
2. It could strictly enforce secure ownerships, groups, and
permissions -- i.e., keep last night's commit and add group
writability checking too.
3. It could default to strictly secure but accept a command-line
option to relax the constraints. And an rc.conf knob could be added
to control whether or not it was strict at boot time.
#3 seems to me the Right Thing[tm].
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