Re: A few observations about systemd
On Fri, 2012-02-24 at 21:09 +0200, Uoti Urpala wrote:
> Guillem Jover wrote:
> I think it's quite arrogant of BSD users to expect others to work to
> support their systems. The BSD userbase is small enough that most
> projects have alternative things to work on that help a lot more people
> than BSD support would. Trying to support extra platforms the
> maintainers themselves never use does have a real negative effect on the
> rest of a project.
Give it or take it, BSD _is_ in Debian (and Hurd is coming too) ! Maybe
this is a question for the DPL.
> > Something to remember is that
> > GNU/Linux has not always been as dominant as today, and these things
> > always change, given time.
> I think the fundamental problem is having kFreeBSD in Debian. It's too
> much extra work and problems for limited benefit to a small number of
> people. Holding things hostage with "you have to make this work on
> kFreeBSD too or it won't be allowed at all" arguments will have negative
> effects beyond just init systems.
Then you are not talking about Debian. Do you want to create your own
distribution? Feel free to do that:)