[arch-general] How to disable systemd-tmpfiles-clean.timer

Mark Lee mark at markelee.com
Fri May 9 01:29:17 EDT 2014

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On 05/09/2014 01:22 AM, Daniel Micay wrote:
> On 09/05/14 01:01 AM, Mark Lee wrote:
>> To all,
>> Don't make any of this personal. In addition, I hope the inclusion of
>> systemd in Arch Linux has more justification than just some Arch
>> developers are also Systemd developers. Arch may not be a democracy, but
>> it's not supposed to be infested with cronyism either (I don't think it
>> is). Let's all be calm and collected here and sort things out.
>> Regards,
>> Mark
> I never stated that it was a reason for it being included in Arch Linux.
> You're misrepresenting what I said.
> The context of the thread is someone promoting content including a lot
> of inaccurate claims and ad hominem attacks like this: "systemd's team
> is noticeably chauvinistic and anti-Unix" and yet making this claim:
>> This is not a rant against Arch or its devs and community, but against
>> systemd; the sad facts speak for themselves.
> I was countering the claim by pointing out that the group of people they
> are disparaging includes several Arch developers and other prominent
> people in the community.

To Daniel,

I'm pointing out that respect for people shouldn't affect technical
skepticism. People can rant against whomever they want as long as it has
technical criticism (at least on this mailing list). Hence, don't make
anything personal.

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