Am 03.07.2014 18:45, schrieb Joey Hess: > This thread seems to be discussing the wrong problems. > > We currently have the problem that systemd is still not installed by > default by debootstrap, despite the tech ctte decision being made months > ago. It's not clear what the right solution to that is; should > debootstrap special-case systemd on linux arches, or should systemd's > priority be different on linux arches? (And can that even be done.) > > We also currently have the problem that there's no upgrade procedure > that causes systemd to be installed by default. This is being handled > peicemeil by eg desktop dependencies, but not in general. > > If these two problems were sorted out, there would be no reason for > anything much in the archive to depend on systemd, because it would be > guaranteed to be present on the systems it's supposed to be present on. > And so those who don't want it would not need to worry about a stealth > installation of systemd. > > I belive these two problems are also requirements to be fixed by the > next release. And putting them off until the last minute is going to > lose out on a lot of integration time. So all the energy in this thread > seems it could be more productively applied. > Agreed, we should do the switch sooner rather then later. Let me follow up on the actual switch in a separate thread. We discussed that in #debian-systemd and we think we have found a pretty neat solution which should handle both the fresh installation and upgrade case. We also think that we are ready to do the switch asap for the reasons you have given. Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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