Bug#727708: A general resolution is needed. The 100 systemd users shouldn't be able to take over debian linux. They're in the right place, but their decision to foist this on us should be overruled.
A general resolution is needed. The 100 systemd users shouldn't be able to take over debian linux. They're in the right place at the right time
(they always seem to be), but their decision to foist this on us should be overruled.
The systemd developers and supporters seek to enforce their vision of what linux is to be on all of us. They are winning in that fight.
Not because we all want them to, but because they know how to play the game. They zero in on key positions of authority
and that is whom they either convince or aquire access into.
Few people use system d in debian. Yet we must all use it by default for the next release.
A system alien to any unix principals. A system that is not anything like what we knew.
A system that has an asshole for a main dev that has no regards for anyone else's opinion or wishes.
I don't want systemd, wayland, gnome3, etc. I do want debian, but the new people are on a crusade.
They can't let me have what I allready have, I have to switch to their "stack" (whatever the hell that means) in the future or eat their dust.
They intentionally remove support for "enemy" ways of running a system. Fk them.