When the IQueryResult<T> interface was refactored during another commit, it inadvertently introduced a byte level breaking change. This is because that interface is public and had a get properties. The refactor moved the property to a new IQueryResult interface but any integration libraries that explicitly tried to use a property (for example IQueryResult<T>.Errors), it would fail because that interface doesn't have the implementation.
This change caused the Linq2Couchbase library to not be able to use release 2.3.10 and it is expected other integrations could also be affected.
The interface refactor could be re-introduced in the next minor release (2.4.0) if desired where potential breaking changes are acceptable.