[ Forgot to mention. Please keep me in CC. ] > [ Tollef Fog Heen ] > For the record, the TC expects maintainers to continue to support the > multiple available init systems in Debian. That includes merging > reasonable contributions, and not reverting existing support without > a compelling reason. I did not remember this quote from TC. Sounds like solution. Not that I think it is the best way, but since Debian already provide sysvinit and systemd scripts as part of main package, I will follow this tradition. Probably, we could add several sentences into policy, deprecating *-run packages. Idea with creating logging users with trigger on `runit' installation also sounds nice. I will definitely take a look. Lorenzo, another bright side is that it solves ownership question. There will be no question, what to do if at time of -run package installation daemon already running. Users of runit-sysv/runit-systemd (which I always considered as non-priority) will have to manually choose, who of sysvinit/runit/systemd will manage given daemon.
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