Re: Continuing to use SysV; LTS [Re: Fwd: Re: Skipping fsck during boot with systemd?]
On Tue, 30 Dec 2014, Jerry Stuckle wrote:
> The people there have enough to do at work, and like to have a life
> outside of work. Believer it or not, not everyone is capable (or
> interested) in spending their life working on Linux.
If Debian is important to their business, then they should hire people
to work on the bits of Debian that matter to them. Pretty much everyone
who is serious about using Debian in production does this.
If they (or anyone else) is interested in doing this, there are numerous
people who could be hired straight off of the consultants list. If they
(or anyone else) is having a hard time finding contributors to fund,
> And they are concerned enough with the way Debian is moving to make
> the investment in switching. Better to do it now, when they have time,
> than later when they find out they have to switch quickly.
If they have already decided to switch, then they should start
contributing to whatever distribution they're going to switch to.
Don Armstrong http://www.donarmstrong.com
unbeingdead isn't beingalive
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