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>      Back
> when we all agreed that LISP should export only the symbols mentioned in
> CLtL (or the standard that replaces it), I thought that we also agreed that
> USER was the place where an implementation was allowed to provide its
> default environment.  This means CLtL symbols plus whatever other stuff an
> implementation wants to define as extensions: debugging functions, graphics
> stuff, or whatever.

I thought the idea was that the USER package would use the
implementation-dependent package(s), not that the implementation-dependent
features would reside in the USER package.