Delete_all doesn't take into account default scopes joins but uses the conditions

We have been using the default scopes pretty extensively to achieve
multi tenancy and have used dynamic default scopes (modifying the
Thread.current[:Model_scoped_methods] directly) and overall have had
great success with this approach.

We recently came across a bug where the delete_all uses the default
scope :conditions but not the :joins which causes SQL errors. I
haven't looked through the source to create a failing test case or
verify this assumption but we found a very similar bug on lighthouse
for update_all.

https://rails.lighthouseapp.com/projects/8994/tickets/2558-support-for-joins-in-activerecordbaseupdate_all

This bug was marked as won't fix as it was deemed that update_all (and
I'm guessing delete_all) should deal only with raw SQL. However in
our case the delete_all is taking :conditions but not the :joins and
it seems it should either take all the scopes or none at all.

I personally would like to see the :joins be taken into account,
however, this is a contradictory view to the general consensus in
lighthouse. I don't want to create a patch and test case if it's
going to be rejected.

I'm wondering what other's thoughts are in terms of whether this is a
bug, expected behaviour, and what the next steps are. ie. Remove
the :conditions from the delete_all or add the :joins to the
delete_all / update_all.

Thanks,
Adam