[Dev] Updates on the issues about systemd
Adonay Felipe Nogueira
adfeno at hyperbola.info
Wed Oct 4 11:20:45 -03 2017
Indeed, I now agree with both Megver83 and André Silva. ;)
Megver83 <megver83 at hyperbola.info> writes:
> El 21/09/17 a las 14:19, Adonay Felipe Nogueira escribió:
> A wiki page would be better, that explains what init freedom means for
> The Hyperbola Project. I offer myself to write such page
> "It is about restoring a sane approach to PID1" ... "not a thing of
> stability or commodity, plus, it can happen with *any* init system" we
> could add in the 5th statement, or sth. like that.
> Although Systemd becomes the best thing in the world for some ppl, we
> shouldn't assume that everyone will like it and use it. The frustrating
> thing is that one, I think, for me it's just like when ppl assume that
> you have a phone with WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, etc. and they go and
> instead of asking "do you use [your PRISM net here]?" they just ask
> "what's your [PRISM net here]?"
> Plus, if we will port Hurd in the future, using the same init for all
> our distros is a good idea, and Systemd works only in GNU/Linux as of now.
> If Systemd works for a user, great for him/her. But, as I already said,
> generalizing that reality like an absolute one for everyone is not
> healthy, and that's the main reason of the Init Freedom Campaign.
> P.S.: In https://devuan.org/os/init-freedom/ I found:
> "Parabola GNU/Linux also offers openrc as an alternative init."
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