Re: On init in Debian
Steve Langasek wrote:
> The current state of upstart in Debian is a reflection of the upstart
> maintainers' respect for Debian and desire to not destabilize the
> distribution by triggering an avalanche of package conversions that could
> quickly take us past the point of no return for bit rot of our init scripts.
While systemd has been introduced without such destabilization...
> Whereas there's no indication that RHEL is switching away from upstart.
Really? Fedora switching to systemd and Red Had employees adding
systemd-dependent features to other projects doesn't indicate anything
IMO your upstart advocacy and anti-systemd FUD crosses the line between
having your own opinions and having your own facts.