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

El Sat, 8 de Feb 2014 a las 3:56 PM, Michael Gilbert <mgilbert@debian.org> escribió:
On Sat, Feb 8, 2014 at 6:40 PM, Paul Tagliamonte wrote:
I understand you think that, and I empathize, but I disagree. The fact is, I have limited time. If I'm going to focus on making a bigger impact with my work, I'm going to stick to dealing with issues that effect the most users. I don't care about the init system all that much, in the end, it's not important. I do care about ensuring we have something maintainable and stable.
Why bring such a controversial and polarizing issue before the TC if the outcome doesn't matter much to you? sysvinit is maintainable and stable, so why seek to change it?

Perhaps the movement in GNOME to depend on a number of systemd provided interfaces has led Paul to believe that sysvinit is unmaintainable? AFAIR, systemd-shim was not available when he presented the question to the TC (or am I mistaken?).


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