No, no, no… drop GNOME. Useless anyway. -- Mark On Oct 23, 2013, at 1:30 PM, Christoph Anton Mitterer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Hi. > > Well I hope this doesn't turn into some kind of flame war... about > systemd, GNOME or similar. > > > In sid, gnome-settings-daemon depends now on systemd. > > I wouldn't have any issues with that, but at least right now systemd is > for me not yet production ready (it seems to miss proper dm-crypt > integration - or at least all those use cases where dm-crypt makes sense > at all). > > Of course I can install the package but don't have to switch init= to > it, nevertheless it seems that already this alone adds several things > (udev rules, dbus stuff and some things in the maintainer scripts) that > *will* get enabled. > > I've opened #726675, asking the GNOME developers what they think about > this, but the only answer so far is basically "GNOME now depends on > systemd". > I personally think this is a design problem of GNOME upstream and we > have previously seen that GNOME upstream forces their "blessings" upon > their users - anyway... probably not something we can change from Debian > side. > > > So I guess the question is mainly,... what's the policy from Debian side > now with such cases? > And does anyone know whether it causes "hurt" to just install the > package without using it? > > > Thanks, > Chris.
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