I'm reading here:
All dapps are fully decentralized by default, but that doesn't mean they can't have some sort of central manager, if you want them to. Maybe you want the ability to mint more coins, maybe you want to ban some people from using your currency. You can add any of those features, but the catch is that you can only add them at the beginning, so all the token holders will always know exactly the rules of the game before they decide to own one.
What is a best practice to manage making changes you don't forsee when you start your dapp? Eg, suppose you only issue 1000 things, and later find a bug, need to increase to 1500, how do you handle this?
I see this document goes on with instructions for...
Suppose you want the amount of coins in circulation to change.
But suppose you did not "only add them at the beginning." What now? How does this square with the statements above, and how do you manage such changes?