To say that you're "interested" to see how all of these unintended changes play out is just careless. How much did you test these hungering blade related changes? I'd like to know- genuinely. No snark there. What are the numbers? What are the changes exactly? It seems like your team tested the gun and ammo changes decently diligently. This community deserves good, quality changes that have been thought out, tested, and fleshed out fully. Not some haphazard "eh lets give it a go!" Withholding the unintended changes would have been a good move. Please fix it.
"Inadvertently" probably means they didn't see it until the update was about to go live and it would have taken too long to fix itn OR they weren't sure what the problem was to begin with. In either case, they're going to see what it does to the game. If it leads to interesting builds and playstyles, they might leave in (with some tweaks). If it breaks the game, they'll track down the line of code and fix it. They are essentially saying that they fraked up, but they are keeping their eye on it.
When there's 4.5 months between patches and nearly every weekly blog post that addressed the topic of a patch said that they were working hard and testing, I have very little sympathy for the idea that coding is difficult and they didn't know about it or didn't have time to fix it without delaying the patch.. Especially when considering how infrequently Destiny is updated, I find being told that non-specific, unintended changes are being pushed to be extremely disappointing and frustrating. I want quality changes to this game if they're coming every 4 months. Maybe if we got monthly patches I'd be okay with the whole "wait and see how it works out" approach. But that's just my opinion. Their recent post about their ideas for the future changes and fixes to this list of stuff was refreshing and a good place to start, I just sincerely hope we see a hotfix soon.