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Re: Collaboration from ubuntuBSD project

On Sun, 20 Mar 2016 20:44:23 +1100
Andrew McGlashan <andrew.mcglashan@affinityvision.com.au> wrote:

> Hi,
> On 20/03/2016 7:35 PM, Adam Wilson wrote:
> > Wouldn't it have better to focus on developing Debian GNU/kFreeBSD,
> > which could do with the extra attention/work?
> > 
> > Just curious. What was the rationale?  
> The other part of the problem is that Debian/KfreeBSD is no longer an
> officially supported version of Debian; unofficially it has support,
> but not officially.
> That is, there is no current "stable" release of Debian/KfreeBSD....,
> it is not a production release.
> I wish that KfreeBSD had more love and was a fully supported version
> of Debian, but unfortunately it is not.
> It /may/ be better to go straight to FreeBSD direct instead because of
> this.  Which means escaping the horror of systemd as well as not
> having the same "Debian" way of configuration setup.

Does Ubuntu even use systemd? I think they use runit or something.
Something start*... it escapes me.

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