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QuoteSure. Others have stated this much better than I can, but the ideas came to me as soon as I started seeing what systemd does in Arch Linux, about a year ago. It not only takes the responsibilities of an init system, but also the functions of udev, dbus, system logging, and possibly others.In my opinion, this major bundling of functionality reduces my software freedom of choice. It does not fit with the Linux principle of "do one thing and do it right".Maybe my thinking is unsound, but that is the way I feel about it.Thanks,Tim
QuoteThe interesting part of this (at least my take) is that both Upstart and Systemd are going to impact the "freedom" of development because they are very (struggling for the right word) ... territorial - about how they handle core layers. Meaning that choosing one or the other means a great deal to how, who and what api's are developed moving forward.
Quoteif life has thrown us some disruption lemons, lets make some shake-up lemonade.
Quote from: Digit on January 02, 2014, 06:33:20 AMPS. having said all that... if it aint broke...
Quote from: statmonkey on January 02, 2014, 06:43:41 AMFantastic input Digit (as always)Blame VastOne he named the thread Not really familiar with any of those so I have some work to do. Quoteif life has thrown us some disruption lemons, lets make some shake-up lemonade.Thinking out of the box is always a contribution.