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  1. Ok, I might be wrong here, but IIRC logind didn't...

    Ok, I might be wrong here, but IIRC logind didn't existed before systemd - so systemd absorbed nothing here.

    The two projects that I'm aware that was absorbed by systemd are udev and consolekit....
  2. I've got one message to all peoples that like to...

    I've got one message to all peoples that like to complain about systemd - just write your own software, fork existing or use other os'es if you don't like it.

    Your all flame wars are just fucking...
  3. I don't have any guarantee that there is no...

    I don't have any guarantee that there is no backdoor in this computer until I don't spend time and money on auditing software.

    Anyway there are still software bugs that can be used to exploit OS,...
  4. No. It's about money :)...

    No. It's about money :)
    http://shop.gluglug.org.uk/product/ibm-lenovo-thinkpad-x60-coreboot/

    Almost 200 GBP for such thing?
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    https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Security_Team ...

    https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Security_Team

    "6. Close bug when vulnerability is shipped in Fedora repos."

    Hmmm? :D
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    I hope it's not this kind of nightmare like...

    I hope it's not this kind of nightmare like qcodo. V in MVC doesn't mean that you must have helpers for creating tables.
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    CppCMS if well documented - compared to other C++...

    CppCMS if well documented - compared to other C++ frameworks, but it's still not enough. There is a thing called cppcmsskel - that might help if you want to start using cppcms, but it's not well...
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    The list of PHP flaws is quite long. But from my...

    The list of PHP flaws is quite long. But from my POV most of these flaws are not meaningful.

    For me the biggest PHP issue is speed. I like modern PHP frameworks.

    On the other hand you have...
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    I think that's reasonable. Most pre 2009 books...

    I think that's reasonable. Most pre 2009 books about php 6 covers some features of php 5.3.

    But I don't think that next version sould be 7.0. 5.7 is better number. 7.0 should be jit.
  10. 204 is a really old version...

    204 is a really old version http://cgit.freedesktop.org/systemd/systemd/tag/?id=v204

    If they want something really stable, they can get 208 from RHEL or from systemd-stable...
  11. That's surprising :) Now I need to rethink...

    That's surprising :)

    Now I need to rethink release of my product. I wanted to use CentOS 6.5 as a base - but now situation is different.
  12. I would be really surprised if they release RHEL...

    I would be really surprised if they release RHEL 7 tomorrow.

    I miscalculated beta 2 release, but I think that my prediction is still valid...
  13. It's not big 9918 files changed, 614375...

    It's not big
    9918 files changed, 614375 insertions(+), 241835 deletions(-)
    .

    A lot of things from linux-next was not merged
    1261 files changed, 313942 insertions(+), 309722 deletions(-)
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    I checked some changes in the repo - it's not...

    I checked some changes in the repo - it's not very impresive in term of features - because this fork is about performance. I hope that MariaDB developers will pick all of sensible changes from this...
  15. if kpatch gets upstreamed that's because it's the...

    if kpatch gets upstreamed that's because it's the best solution. not just because it was developed by redhat - that's how it works.

    I would not be surprised if the code that will be merged...
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    So from my POV it's a bit surprising that...

    So from my POV it's a bit surprising that Canonical maintains it. The only reasonable explenation for it is that Novel doesn't thread it as important and they don't really care about it's support.
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    AppArmor is not really a Canonical thing. It was...

    AppArmor is not really a Canonical thing. It was developed by Immunix/Novel and integrated into a OpenSuSE/SLES. But they migrated to SELinux AFAIK, so Canonical maintains AppArmor.
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    Please explain me one thing about upstart - why...

    Please explain me one thing about upstart - why many people claims that is has high code quality standards?

    From my POV it's BS - because:
    - it has only few kb's of tests
    - even ubuntu AFAIK...
  19. I don't give a flying ship about Debian and their...

    I don't give a flying ship about Debian and their childish flamewars. Please write something about peoples who actually do some serious work.
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    I've used Debian for some period of time after...

    I've used Debian for some period of time after 3.1 release. Moving away from this crap was a really good decision. Debian is not about community, it's not about technical things - it's about...
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