Steve Litt wrote:
On Sat, 29 Nov 2014 05:28:08 +1100 Andrew McGlashan <andrew.mcglashan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:On 29/11/2014 5:04 AM, Miles Fidelman wrote:Steve Litt wrote: Well.... ok, though an editorial comment, if I might: "modular-debian" and a list description that says: ----- modular-debian: Toward a more modular Debian OS Debian has recently introduced systemd as default init system, replacing the long-serviceable sysvinit system. As dependencies on systemd and other monolithic services diffuse through the Debian package ecosystem, users will tend to be forced to use systemd,This list is to discuss ways to maintain a more modular Debian ecosystem, and to avoid snowballing dependencies on a single init system. ----- might, just might, be a tad confusing. Perhaps it's worth considering changing the name and description earlier, rather than later.If you want this to be Debian Modular specific, ten this list is also useless to me. It's a bad name and the description is wrong -- unless it is right and in that case, I don't have any reason to remain here. Cheers A.Hi Andrew, I don't think anyone's trying to enforce this list being only about a Debian solution. I think it's pretty universally acknowledged that there will be several different solutions, and that this list accommodates different solutions. Changing the name at this point would be a bad idea, because the name "modular-debian" has acquired a heck of a lot of goodwill and publicity. Everyone knows about it. Everyone knows this is where you go if you want a Unix like OS without systemd.
Seriously? How many people are on the list so far? (Inquiring minds really want to know.)
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