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Re: Re-Proposal - preserve freedom of choice of init systems

Hi debian-vote,

The below poster redirected their response to my off-list mail back
to the list. I explicitly mailed them off-list and with a reply-to
of only myself set in order to avoid further list noise, and because
they seemed like they were genuinely confused.

I now see that they had an agenda and that there's nothing I can say
to alter it, so I'll leave it there. I am sorry that this got back
onto the list.


On Tue, Oct 21, 2014 at 01:46:44PM -0700, ss-composer@marks.org wrote:
> Andy,
> Thank you for the email.
> << You can currently use Debian without systemd as long as no package you use depends on systemd. >>
> That "depends on systemd" hook is a primary objection for those of us who know better.  Why should a non-init package depend on a particular init system?


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