Okay, so has anyone else had this problem: you find a nice place, a cosy shore by some savanna or jungle; the place is great, all around there's only more jungle, some deserts, badlands maybe, more savanna. Feels tropical. You're aesthetically pleased...
And then, there it is. A piece of useless ice by the shore. No one asked for it, no one needed it, but it's there. Again.
Seriously, the biome generation seems to have been fixed, at least to some extent so it's now rare to find e. g. a tundra biome adjacent to desert, or something, but the frozen ocean seems to have been omitted and it's generating really randomly. And it's like 10 times more common than the actual snowy biomes.
I get it, most people don't care if there's some ice where it shouldn't be but for these few that actually do - couldn't frozen ocean generate only next to snowy beach? It would make much more sense. Maybe cold beach or in the middle of a cold ocean, if you don't want to make it super rare. Just not literally everywhere. Since Mojang is planning to fix the mountains biome, why not fix this one as well?