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Re: Debian Buster release to partially drop non-systemd support

Ian Jackson <ijackson@chiark.greenend.org.uk> writes:

> Also we are hampered by the lack of a safe space to communicate and
> coordinate.  I looked at some of the technical work done in other
> distros to try to make desktoppy stuff continue to work well, and it
> generally seems sane.  But some of those projects are quite toxic here
> in Debian, as can be seen from some of the messages here.
> We are setting up a separate mailing list on my server where we hope
> to do the work without having to deal with people who don't see the
> point or who have problems with some of the contributors.

I've done this, since it seemed a natural extension of my previous email
about trying to find people who might have effort and maybe facilitate a
bit of co-ordination.


It's a standard mailman list with a public archive. I'm hoping people
interested in init system diversity in Debian can use it as a place to
co-ordinate. I don't want it to be used to slag off $init_system or



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