Re: Re-Proposal - preserve freedom of choice of init systems
Stefano Zacchiroli writes ("Re: Re-Proposal - preserve freedom of choice of init systems"):
> Specifically: have you, or anyone else involved in this GR, asked the
> GNOME team and the release team, whether a positive outcome of this GR
> is going to disrupt their work (plans) or not?
No, I have not.
I am not aware of any underlying bugs in (say) gnome-without-systemd
that would be RC. But the sentiment behind this GR is that any such
bugs should be considered indeed RC for the whole project.
> I've sympathy for the motives behind this GR, but discovering that those
> teams might have their Jessie plans disrupted---on a very short
> notice---by this GR will make me think twice or thrice before helping in
> making it happen.
I think that if necessary we might have to delay the release. That
would be a matter for the release team. I would be very unhappy if we
ditched the ability of people to choose a different init system simply
to maintain our release schedule.
It is very regrettable that this identical resolution didn't get
enough seconds in March. At least I can say `I foresaw the neeed for