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missing technical policy for systemd

On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 11:39:04AM -0800, Don Armstrong wrote:
> The technical committee was asked in #727708 to decide which init
> system would be the default init system for Debian. The decision is
> below:
> ==== RESOLUTION ====
> We exercise our power to decide in cases of overlapping jurisdiction
> (6.1.2) by asserting that the default init system for Linux
> architectures in jessie should be systemd.
> Should the project pass a General Resolution before the release of
> "jessie" asserting a "position statement about issues of the day" on
> init systems, that position replaces the outcome of this vote and is
> adopted by the Technical Committee as its own decision.
> Additional discussions regarding the technical policy necessary for
> implementing this decision are anticipated and will be carried out via
> the normal technical policy procedure.

However no such policies were reported to the Debian policy BTS entry.

Thus my question:

Is there alternative documents describing the interfaces for packages to
interoperate with systemd, and transition documents available for packagers and
users that need to adapt to the new system ?

Bill. <ballombe@debian.org>

Imagine a large red swirl here. 

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