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  1. The L is IMO due to a lot of mistrust on systemd...

    The L is IMO due to a lot of mistrust on systemd upstream, the Debian systemd package maintainers as well as the Debian GNOME package maintainers. He wants best for Debian and due to the mistrust he...
  2. +1 Ian has been contributing to Debian for...

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    Ian has been contributing to Debian for IIRC 13 years. I don't like some of the things he did, but this "OMG kick him out" is like kicking someone when he's down (having a bad time). Not cool.
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    Reading comprehension problem? GNOME isn't a...

    Reading comprehension problem? GNOME isn't a topic you want to talk about, yet you do so for ages. I asked you wtf you're on about with "corporate identity". I'll tell you a public fact: GNOME isn't...
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    It's ok if you have an opinion, but please do...

    It's ok if you have an opinion, but please do your own research. Quit calling ad hominem on nothing. Wtf are you talking about with corporate identify? GNOME is not a company, it is a project. Adam...
  5. cgroups and jails are totally different things!

    cgroups and jails are totally different things!
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    That dude is trying to push OpenRC. As none of...

    That dude is trying to push OpenRC. As none of the init systems other than systemd is intending to provide things at the Linux plumbing layer, he is facing difficulties trying to promote it. Every...
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    We usually rely on interfaces, often via dbus. So...

    We usually rely on interfaces, often via dbus. So other systems can implement the same interface and no work from GNOME side is needed. This is also why the demands by Ian are so utterly wrong. We...
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    systemd already has a PAM module. This support is...

    systemd already has a PAM module. This support is to allow running xorg not as root.
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    What an interesting argumentation. It was pointed...

    What an interesting argumentation. It was pointed out that RHEL6 uses Upstart, but actually not. It uses about 1% of the functionality. If you've ever looked at RHEL6 you'd know that. For the next...
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    The original author of Upstart agrees that the...

    The original author of Upstart agrees that the design of Upstart if flawed and needs fixing. It's a reply to one of the Google+ posts by Lennart. Further, that Upstart existed for years yet continues...
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    That's not the same functionality. If you...

    That's not the same functionality. If you redirect the output to a file, it will forever go to that file. So good luck with logrotate and so on. Obviously you could add yet another program inbetween...
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    With the note that forking is not entirely free....

    With the note that forking is not entirely free. On Ubuntu a logind fork is used to provide an alternative. Such is also mentioned in the ctte discussions. However, the dbus API will receive new...
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    Interesting how a majority is assuming they...

    Interesting how a majority is assuming they aren't aware of what they're doing. The revenue went up, but costs went up much higher. Hard to see why this is. But because there's not much additional...
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    Doing stuff doesn't make an argument suddenly...

    Doing stuff doesn't make an argument suddenly more valid. Though if you complain about a high profile kernel hacker and suggest Slashdot is right…
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    Not the case. Lots of noise from you, no signal.

    Not the case. Lots of noise from you, no signal.
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    As said, you're wrong. I gave a reference...

    As said, you're wrong. I gave a reference pointing that out. I talked about kdbus though. Suggest also working on your English because you make so many mistakes your posts become almost unreadable.
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    kdbus is not tied to systemd. It will also be...

    kdbus is not tied to systemd. It will also be useful for the system that Android uses. Forgot the name, but LWN reported on it. It'll result in less difference between an Android kernel and mainline.
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    So go ahead and do your own little thing. But...

    So go ahead and do your own little thing. But this drivel on the forums is a bit boring. You're great and awesome. Now go away, thanks. It seems you're forgetting what this is about kdbus, not to...
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    Blah blah from the sidelines. AFAIK, it is...

    Blah blah from the sidelines. AFAIK, it is default filesystem for SLES. All your assumptions are just assumptions from a very far distance. Reaching conclusions is a bit rude IMO, because you lack...
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    The person who set it up is not a GNOME person....

    The person who set it up is not a GNOME person. This website is referred to quite often. Anyways, that was not my point. My point was that loads of developers are not working on Linux to make...
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