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Re: Re; Okay, that's too much now!

On Monday 07 September 2015 20:09:12 Bob Holtzman wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 07, 2015 at 05:29:14PM +1000, Andrew McGlashan wrote:
> > On 7/09/2015 7:15 AM, Lisi Reisz wrote:
> > > Carl didn't overstate half as much as calling systemd a cancer with
> > > tentacles. (Do cancers actually have tentacles??).
> >
> > It's plainly obvious, it is exactly what it is.  Read Lennart's own blog
> > if you want more proof, it's all there, unless he has taken it down.
> >
> > I still tend that there should be a desktop version that may or may not
> > optionally have systemd and a server version that definitely does not
> > have systemd.  Not that I would support any version with systemd, but
> > some seem to see it as a desktop enabler of some sort.
> >
> > > I gather Devuan is doing well.  So there are choices.  One of course is
> > > stick with Debian, and work to rename all the libraries whose names
> > > cause such distress. "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet."
> >
> > And re-branding Monsanto is still ... Monsanto.  Renaming is just hiding
> > the facts or at least making them harder to be seen.
> Maybe I'm misreading your post but Devuan isn't simply renamed Debian.

If that is addressed at me, yes.  Reread it more slowly.
> >From what I gather from the web site, it's Debian *without* systemd.  Yes.


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