[arch-general] When will Arch switch to Systemd
C Anthony Risinger
anthony at extof.me
Fri Jan 21 19:23:53 EST 2011
On Jan 21, 2011 5:42 PM, "Ray Rashif" <schiv at archlinux.org> wrote:
> On 22 January 2011 05:30, C Anthony Risinger <anthony at extof.me> wrote:
> > ... because arch users are encouraged to help solve their own
> > problems; whats your goal exactly?
> Are you on a provoking rampage? Because my goal was to simply give you
> some feedback for this topic you brought up. If that can even be a
> goal. Looking at Tom's reply was much more worthwhile. You probably
> thought I was trying to undermine the validity of your points running
> across this topic - which was not the case at all.
OK fair enough; I may have misinterpreted a bit. The "I don't want to know"
stuff didn't resonate well with me, esp. since you didn't provide any
logs/etc. so I got a different impression. My apologies if that's the
Yeah I guess I may have rampaged a bit. It's frustrating to see ideas
trampled on for reasons holding little if any merit; many feel like leaps of
faith to hang on? To what? Much work has gone into this from all sides for
the improvement of everyone, and warrants some respect.
> > the point of systemd is to make ALL of our lives easier, not more
> Right. Anyway, you might want to realise that nobody who "matters" has
> had - up to this point - anything to say about "switching to systemd".
> Mostly because none of them have the time (so there is still hope).
> You can always file an FR in the tracker if you want to gain some
> progress for your enthusiasm, or even get an ultimatum.
I swear there was one in there already, will have to check.
Good idea! This thread may have outlived it's usefulness; I hope many have
a better understanding at the least (and the thread itself was a play on the
upstart thread if its not obvious ;-) because there are many interesting
applications to an intelligent init.
C Anthony [mobile]
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