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Re: Ubuntu will switch to systemd

]] Henrique de Moraes Holschuh 

> Well, it is difficult to second-guess Shuttelworth, but the "tight coupling"
> is likely to be part of it.  This was a non-issue with sysvinit (for Debian)
> and upstart (for Ubuntu), but with systemd we will have to get involved
> upstream.
> Debian and Ubuntu together have enough weight to affect systemd development
> somewhat, and more imporantly, enough resources to permanently maintain a
> fork should that ever become necessary (I have no reasons to belive it will
> happen, and I don't count minor distro-specific changes as a fork).

You make it sound like we are not involved upstream and that we don't
already have weight to affect systemd development.  Neither of those are

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

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