Re: Switching /bin/sh to dash without dash essential
>>>>> "Luk" == Luk Claes <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Luk> We want everyone to use dash by default. If someone does not
Luk> want to use the default, they are free to do so, but the
Luk> default system shell is supposed to always be on the system.
I agree something should always provide /bin/sh.
I do not understand why the default system shell should be on the system always.
The only argument you've given that I understand is that no one wants
to do the work necessary to guarantee that /bin/sh is always present
and that the default system shell is not essential.
If that's the answer, that's a perfectly fine answer, but *say that*, don't just make assertions.