Re: A few observations about systemd
]] Robert Millan
| If portability was made a mandatory requirement for an init system to
| be adopted,
| would the systemd porters be willing to implement everything needed
| to support on non-Linux ports the packages using a non-traditional init
| configuration, in the way they consider appropriate and without causing
| a significant burden on the port maintainers?
| I think that a clear statement from the systemd maintainers about this
| would help concluding this debate.
Implement? Sure, I'd be willing to do that or at least help
out. Maintain it for a port I don't use, indefinitively? Probably not.
I asked a similar question to Md's and didn't get any response about
whether there was any interest whatsoever from the kFreeBSD people, so I
think his question is entirely appropriate.
I think I've said similar things earlier in the thread too, but maybe it
hasn't been phrased clearly enough for you to pick up on it.
Tollef Fog Heen
UNIX is user friendly, it's just picky about who its friends are