Hi Guillem, I think you are missing the following options and have only listed options which you consider sensible or which you loath: h.) support them all equally: systemd, upstart, sysv and openrc and keep sysv as the default i.) support them all equally: systemd, upstart, sysv and openrc and make $foo1 the default j) support them all equally: systemd, upstart, sysv and openrc and make $foo2 the default k.) support them all equally: systemd, upstart, sysv and openrc and make $foo3 the default l.) accept the TC decision, whatever that will be m.) wait for the TC decision and then revote on this GR n.) wait for the TC decision and then start a new GR on this topic o.) my brain hurts, this is difficult, let's go shopping! p.) further discussion And, frankly, I'm disappointed by your *lousy* research on the topic (see both Tollefs and Steves reply), while at the same time I think you have given an *excellent* (bad) example, why voting is or can be bad: uninformed people vote on matters they dont fully understand. Given your lousy research I do assume you havent read the tech-ctte bug in question. If you had, I'm don't think you would think the same about the topic. (But then, most peoples minds aren't or cannot be changed by new information.) I do think this bug contains among of the best research of this topic. If you as a GR proposer cannot be bothered to inform yourself in the best possible way about it, I fear for a rather totally uninformed decision of other voters. cheers, Holger, who has come to the conclusion that this init system discussion is way more a bikeshed than what I would have assumed half a year ago. Indeed 99% of our users don't care and the majority of those who do care want their bikeshed their way or the highway...
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