Wacky stuff! Yeah, merge it but give it a few hours before working with the output.
Thanks @ferthalangur . I'll have something tangible for your feedback sometime today, I hope
@lukehollis makes a very good point. Don't let Perfect be the enemy of the Good. We're going to run into boundary cases and have to refine the procedure. Better to get a small sample on the first cut, and then generalize it better later.
Which Ammianus were you vexed by @kylepjohnso?
Y'all might want to add some of the following to your .gitignore files: