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  1. Well if you are fine with udev and journald then...

    Well if you are fine with udev and journald then there's a lot simpler solution: disable those components in compile (virtually everything is optional) or run time.
  2. systemd only supports glibc as libc and it uses...

    systemd only supports glibc as libc and it uses quite a few other GNU libraries so never. systemd/GNU/Linux kinda makes sense at this point though.
  3. It also doesn't work with proprietary drivers.

    It also doesn't work with proprietary drivers.
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    Not really but it systemd is at the core of...

    Not really but it systemd is at the core of CoreOS distribution and they contribute to systemd-networkd and such (they sponsored the intial developement of systemd-networkd before Red Hat hired Tom...
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    Not only that but they also run 1000 or more...

    Not only that but they also run 1000 or more Linux machines:

    -Source, 2013

    FreeBSD is only used for content delivery network. The web sites & all run on LInux.
  6. Yes. The change hasn't been done yet and won't be...

    Yes. The change hasn't been done yet and won't be done for quite awhile... and I would argue that three years is a long time in open source software world. Also it says nothing about breaking...
  7. To fix what for him? You do understand that this...

    To fix what for him? You do understand that this change is only problematic to non-systemd user and I doubt he cares if non-systemd do nothing about it (like they usually don't)? You don't need to...
  8. Yes. systemd devs have been talking about the...

    Yes. systemd devs have been talking about the core os for a lot longer than Core OS has existed. That being said Core OS doesn't really include much more than the "Core OS" (including systemd of...
  9. ...core os is just a term to reference the low...

    ...core os is just a term to reference the low level userspace (most of which is covered by systemd on distributions using systemd). No one ever calls kernel the "core os".

    You do realize that...
  10. -Source (https://lwn.net/Articles/490413/) Kay...

    -Source

    Kay Sievers and Greg Kroah-Hartman had together written almost all of udev code and both agreed on the merger. Kay Sievers had been the udev maintainer for the past seven years and almost...
  11. systemd is an ubrella project that includes among...

    systemd is an ubrella project that includes among other things a init system by the same name. It's nowadays relatively small part of the entire project and calling systemd, the project, an init...
  12. The DHCP server isn't part of the init system....

    The DHCP server isn't part of the init system. It's part of systemd-networkd.
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    In actuality systemd is closer to 240k LOC...

    In actuality systemd is closer to 240k LOC, 35k LOC of which are man pages. X.org however is over two million lines of code. Of course roughly 20k LOC is taken by udev. It also replaces syslog-ng 60k...
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    Eh? No they don't. The only thing that happens if...

    Eh? No they don't. The only thing that happens if you kill systemd-udevd is that systemd restarts it. Also you can use systemd and systemd-networkd in containers without even having systemd-udevd....
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    Well the good thing is that it's not the "Linux...

    Well the good thing is that it's not the "Linux community" behind it but BSD.
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    ihatethecashew...

    ihatethecashew still works perfectly on latest KDE.
  17. Here's Lennart's take on the subject: ...

    Here's Lennart's take on the subject:



    -Source
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    Altough true I think he's not going to work on...

    Altough true I think he's not going to work on KMSCON anymore. He did write systemd-consoled that's still work in-progress which could well become the default in many distributions in the future.
  19. It is and they don't have to be but you can pass...

    It is and they don't have to be but you can pass more information if you use the native APIs.
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    I fail to see how you being incapable to respond...

    I fail to see how you being incapable to respond to my criticism would in anyway damage my image.

    What you really should learn is critical thinking (learn to challenge your preconceptions) and...
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