Re: Honestly, fork systemd
previously on this list Svante Signell contributed:
> > To answer the original poster's own question, what can he do?
> > He can stop writing these emails and start writing code (a fork of
> > systemd supporting kFreeBSD, to be specific)
> I don't think forking systemd is a good choice, that software id doomed,
> better to fork gnome components to make them usable with another init
> system. There are a number of usable components of gnome, e.g.
> evolution, I would like to still use it, without systemed, but that is
> currently not possible :(
3.10.4 runs on OpenBSD likely after patching though I don't see any
patches to evolution itself in their ports tree. I think Antonio patched
OpenBSD's sndio in for pulseaudio for gnome 3. You could look into that.
I do see a configure arg --with-sub-version="OpenBSD Ports" so maybe
the patches were accepted upstream.
'Write programs that do one thing and do it well. Write programs to work
together. Write programs to handle text streams, because that is a
In Other Words - Don't design like polkit or systemd