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Month: September 2014

Re: [trinity-users] TDE without systemd

From: TN Patriot <irgunii@...>
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2014 00:42:49 -0500
On Thu, 18 Sep 2014 12:51:09 +1000
"Michael ." <keltoiboy@...> wrote:

> I avoid, like the plague, discussions about systemd purely because of the
> FUD, emotional outbursts, and general scaremongering that I see in
> discussions about systemd. This time I'm not going to avoid it because of
> all the groups I take part in this one (and one other DE group)  appear to
> be very level headed and talk facts.
> Ok here's my take on systemd and Debian. Debian is the 2nd oldest of the
> still current distros. It has remained a cornerstone of the Linux community
> and a parent to 300+ distros for many years because of the good choices
> made by the Debian community. You don't get a position of strength like
> Debian has in the FOSS world with a track record of making poor choices.

  The crew that makes up who says what and who says what stays and goes, etc,
  all voted and it came out a tie and had to be broken. That alone told me
  enough that half the Debian crew thought it was a bad idea. That's what I
  looked at and I'll take that to heart.

  You might want to post up some proof Linus is allowing that abortion into his
  kernel. I haven't heard anything about that yet.