Re: Proposed amendment (was: Re: GR: Selecting the default init system for Debian)
- To: Holger Levsen <email@example.com>
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- Subject: Re: Proposed amendment (was: Re: GR: Selecting the default init system for Debian)
- From: Gunnar Wolf <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 25 Jan 2014 21:31:15 -0600
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Holger Levsen dijo [Sat, Jan 25, 2014 at 05:31:50PM +0100]:
> Well, my option "this is hard, my brain hurts, lets go shopping" was a joke
> and essentially the same as the above. If you cannot wrap your mind around a
> problem, please dont declare defeat for the whole project or propose silly
> "solutions". Just because the problem is too hard for some, doesnt mean there
> aint sensible solutions. Rolling a dice aint one of them.
> P.S.: Also, btw & unrelated: reasonable dices have 20 sides. Or 4 or 12.
I thought you were more seasoned in reading logic statements.
>From Wouter's original proposal, it's clear to me that, given a
12-side dice, we have a 50% chance of sticking with sysvrc. With a
20-face dice, the odds are 3.5:1 in favor of sysv.
Of course, were the Secretary to choose a four-sided dice, OpenRC
proponents might be unhappy. But that's life when entrusted to