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Bug#975075: tech-ctte: Should maintainers be able to block init compatibility changes?

>>>>> "Wouter" == Wouter Verhelst <wouter@debian.org> writes:

    Wouter> On Wed, Dec 16, 2020 at 10:28:55AM -0500, Sam Hartman wrote:
    >> I think that we should either decide that
    >> 1) NetworkManager should support elogind
    >> or
    >> 2) That we haven't seen enough development of alternatives to
    >> systemd and the project consensus on the GR has changed.

    Wouter> Personally, I think both of these options are terrible and
    Wouter> will fail to fix the situation long term.

You then go on to talk about init scripts.

I found that really frustrating because
I was talking about
elogind, not init scripts.

My reasoning doesn't apply to init scripts, I never said it did, and I
even gave entirely different reasoning about init scripts because I
don't think the text you quoted is a good place to think about init

The GR, policy, and our discussions treat elogind and init scripts
differently.  I support the consensus of debian-policy, the and the
majority of project members who voted in the GR in treating these issues


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