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Re: systemd bad press? score card?

On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 10:08 AM, Matthew Vernon wrote:
> Joey Hess writes:
>> Russ Allbery wrote:
>> > I think we're still in the middle of our process, which I understand
>> > that a lot of people outside the project find baffling and protracted.
>> Well, not only outside the project.
>> The tech ctte has always operated in the past by coming to a consensus
>> and then voting to satisfy the constitution's procedural requirements.
> The split in the cttee on this issue makes me wonder whether the
> answer is "none of the proposed systems is Correct", so we should not
> tie ourselves too tightly to any particular answer just yet. That's
> not to say that we shouldn't decide upon a default init system for
> jessie, but rather that we shouldn't do anything that would make it
> harder to change our init system to the Correct one, once the Correct
> one is found/decided upon/written/...

This is the exact point I've been making for two months now, but the
TC went been full steam ahead on immediate change, disregarding
nuanced efforts like init-select making multiple inits more usable.

Best wishes,

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