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Bug#727708: call for votes on default Linux init system for jessie

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

> I think there are the following three reasonable answers to Q1/Q2
> taken together.
> i.   Q1: Multiple in >jessie
>      Q2: Requiring specific init is forbidden
> ii.  Q1: Multiple in >jessie
>      Q2: Requiring default init is permitted
> iii. Q1: Single in jessie+1
>      Q2: Requiring default init is permitted

Why do you use 'specific init' in (1) but "default init" in (ii) and
(iii)?  Please be consistent in the use of "specific init" for all three

With that change, (ii) might well be my first choice among these three.

As written, I don't see the point of having Q2 included in (iii) other
than for completeness, as asserting that we'll only support one init
system seems to make the question of whether anything depends on it
explicitly irrelevant and/or redundant?


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