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Re: usrmerge -- plan B?

On Nov 21, Russ Allbery <rra@debian.org> wrote:

> I think there are some arguments to be made for just force-merging and
> moving on, but they're mostly "tidiness" arguments (letting everyone
No, they are not that at all. I have never argued about "tidiness", nor 
did anybody else that is working to support merged-/usr.
A merged-/usr is an enabler for new features, like stateless systems, 
clones, appliances and better containers.
Simon McVittie today was patient enough to explain some of them.

> strategy of (for example) moving each binary out of /bin manually, but
As I explained, this cannot really work.


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