Re: Legitimate exercise of our constitutional decision-making processes [Was, Re: Tentative summary of the amendments]
Marco d'Itri writes ("Re: Legitimate exercise of our constitutional decision-making processes [Was, Re: Tentative summary of the amendments]"):
> email@example.com wrote:
> >I don't want to be having this conversation again in a year's time,
> And still, I am ready to bet that we will...
If my GR passes we will only have to have this conversation if those
who are outvoted do not respect the project's collective decision.
If my GR fails I expect a series of bitter rearguard battles over
individual systemd dependencies.
> > cron,
> You are not required to replace your cron daemon, and indeed the
> Debian systemd package does not replace it.
That's not the problem. The problem is the possibility of packages
wich requires systemd's syslog replacement, its cron replacement, or
its ntpd replacement.
The problem is the prospect of having to switch init to systemd in
order to get some package's spport for network time working properly,
This is what system's opponents are calling `lock-in'. I agree.