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Re: On init in Debian

]] Samuel Thibault 

> > The maintenance of systemd is actually quite the opposite of a standard.
> That sentence is quite frightening.

Is it?  It's not like the maintenance of the kernel, KDE or GNOME is
done in the manner you maintain a standard.  Heck, probably just about
no software in Debian is maintained in a manner that would be suitable
for a standard.

> > It's focused on being clean, supportable, and fully integrated with
> > Linux capabilities, *not* to solving everyone's use case, even to
> > the detriment of being universal.
> So that directly conflicts with making it a default init
> implementation.

For Linux?  Not particularly.  For non-Linux ports?  Sure.  Nobody has
seriously argued against that.

Tollef Fog Heen
UNIX is user friendly, it's just picky about who its friends are

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