Whether it's software or content, making a change can often be a much bigger deal than you'd think. I was reading The Best Software Writing I, selected and introduced by Joel Spolsky, and came across a delightful essay on that very topic.
It was from Eric Lippert's blog back in 2003, and fortunately it's available in his archives so I can share it with you without the struggle of "how much quoting is fair use for a review".
For your reading pleasure, "How many Microsoft employees does it take to change a lightbulb?".
Thanks Jeanie, that's a nice thing to say. Glad you liked the essay. I've gotten a lot of good feedback on it.
(And feel free to quote as much as you like. Microsoft owns my blog content.)