He's right though - if we put particularly difficult sections out there for more people to review, it would give us more eyes on the tough stuff.
Couldn't hurt. It (or some more-easy-to-implement version of it) will be added to the ever-growing todo list. Just can't promise a delivery date or anything .
> Final result is NOT automated but there is a routine comparing row by row and marking
> mismatched bits for the control (see image to have an idea, this is where Drewcifer
> does the magic...
> As you can see in "final result", chances of error or different interpretation are
> also brought forward as reference for error when trying to decode/debug the bits So,
> chances that a mitype passes trhough the control are anyway low, no matter what is
> the result with the higher percantage.