Bug#727708: init system other points, and conclusion
Ian Jackson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> intrigeri writes ("Bug#727708: init system other points, and conclusion"):
>> The difference lies in who are the people who "need" to do this work
>> "anyway", and who else may instead dedicate their time to other tasks,
>> lead by their own desires and needs.
> I think that it is right that the costs of undoing systemd's bundling,
> be borne by the systemd community (including systemd's advocates and
> maintainers in Debian) rather than by Debian (or the rest of the Free
> Software world) at large.
What about the cgroup management functionality that newer versions of
logind require? Should the systemd maintainers also reimplement it in
And if upstart wants to use parts of systemd, why shouldn't the upstart
maintainer do the work for this? Or they could fork logind which they
suggested before... This would also allow having a newer systemd in