Re: Another system management tool to disappear.
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On 31/08/2015 10:33 PM, The Wanderer wrote:
> Agreed. For what it's worth, I don't think this particular
> iteration of the discussion has gotten nearly as heated or as
> hostile or as harmful as many of the previous ones have done.
Perhaps it is simply because those that are against systemd on the
whole have had enough of beating their head against a brick wall. It
doesn't mean that the problems themselves have gone away.
And as I've said before, having a non pro-systemd view is a recipe to
be called a troll and worse; irrespective of any actual facts.
I'm sure many have taken up Gentoo and/or a flavour of BSD ... if they
can; others will do so later when they must.
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