Rethinking the orphan rule/trait coherence with crate-level `where` clauses

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    This already semi-exists as #[fundamental] which is used for Box most notably. The big thing there is that it doesn't allow you to select a subset of parameters.

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    Tangentially, I'd love to see something like https://github.com/rust-lang/rfcs/pull/3177 in cargo, as it'd allow us to properly version control our foreign crate patches without vendoring the whole crate.

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