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Re: Survey answers part 3: systemd is not portable and what this means for our ports

On Mon, 15 Jul 2013, Josselin Mouette wrote:

Le dimanche 14 juillet 2013 à 11:55 -0700, Geoffrey Thomas a écrit :
And if it turns out that systemd is today necessary for Debian's
"viability as a modern OS", there are ways for the project to make that
decision without being rude to folks who have been working on other
systems (and, of course, without them being rude to folks working on
systemd either). The objection is to the manner in which the statement was
made; it was not a claim about the truth of the statement.

What I find rude is that a minority of idiots is taking the project
hostage of their ridiculous demands, preventing a quick switch to a
decent init systems, for reasons that are anything but technical.

There are ways to express this without calling anyone "idiots". Or do you believe that Debian is incapable of making solid technical decisions without namecalling?

Geoffrey Thomas

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