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Re: Call to fork

On 11/02/2014 15:39, Florian Lohoff wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 09:06:46AM -0500, Sam Hartman wrote:
>> Thanks for sharing this.
>> So, you're frustrated and very disappointed because Ddebian, something
>> you cared about deeply has drifted so far away from what you want that
>> you can no longer support it?
>> I hope that if you decide to fork, you succeed in creating something
>> that meets your needs.  I hope that where appropriate we (both the
>> Debian community and the broader FLOSS community)  can work together
>> where appropriate.
>> Again, thanks for being open and sharing how this is affecting you.
> I think i made my point that forking will not help the issue. 
> I am telling you that by all the technical discussions which of
> the systems is superior over the other you forget about your users.
> My estimation is that 99% of the users dont care - sysvinit is

> sufficient and works. 0.5% think they need this little tiny bit
> of feature which only upstart can give them, 0.5% think they need
> a feature only systemd can give them.
> By following either of the 0.5% "majority" you piss off
> 50% because their beloved sysvinit which has been doing

They don't care but sysvinit is beloved to them? Oximoron alert!


Federico Di Gregorio                         federico.digregorio@dndg.it
Di Nunzio & Di Gregorio srl                               http://dndg.it
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