This is what happens when a product with known problems is pushed out anyways, with the intention of "patching" (hahaha) as needed.
here's the problem with Patching folks, and i'll use Drywall as my example...
Some jerk punches a hole in my wall .. i have 3 choices ..
A: slap a patch right over the hole, smear some paint, and hope for the best.
Result? ... A Patch that fails and falls out very quickly.
B: Take a few more seconds, clear out some of the broken bits, sand the edges, and take the time to create the best patch possible - Primer and paint.
Result? .. a better patch, but still not a permanent repair.
C: Fix it right the first time: Cut out the damaged section back to structural supports, add in structure as needed .. install a new section of drywall, properly secured to Structure, plaster the joints, sand .. tape the joints, sand .. finish plaster the edges 1 more time, sand smooth.
Result? .. A Permanent repair that will not need to be touched again, unless some idiot punches a hole in it again.
and folks... option C is actually FASTER about 50% of the time.
Think about that.
Sadly, option A seems to be the method of choice for "Patching" RN servers from our (The Players) perspective.