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  1. The systemd team is made up of more than just...

    The systemd team is made up of more than just RedHat developers. So at the worst, RedHat can force systemd on RedHat products. The fact that it's being willingly adopted by other distros speaks...
  2. Your entire reply was literally perfect and I...

    Your entire reply was literally perfect and I thank you for that.

    I just don't get this argument of "UNIX Philosophy". I mean, I get it on a very, very simple level. But there are many easy...
  3. My favourite part about this entire discussion is...

    My favourite part about this entire discussion is a few things.

    1. The argument that systemd essentially pisses all over the UNIX legacy blah blah blah. By using Linux, you're using an operating...
  4. One word: nope. More words: This is going to...

    One word: nope.

    More words: This is going to go absolutely nowhere as it should. There's no sign that anyone on this team have contributed anything to Open Source outside of whatever the hell you...
  5. Technological hurdles/near impossibilities aside,...

    Technological hurdles/near impossibilities aside, I find there to be something really sort of sketchy about this. They're wanting to raise $150,000 for a forked project and otherwise looking to cash...
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    When you look at what KDE ultimately is versuse...

    When you look at what KDE ultimately is versuse its alternatives/competitors, you can't expect miracles out of it. People who use KDE don't use it because of how lightweight and super snappy it is....
  7. I don't want to be that guy, but I find it...

    I don't want to be that guy, but I find it interesting that the OpenBSD guys decided to fork OpenSSL because they seem to believe that there were poor decisions made throughout the project. Yet when...
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    I often find that when all people have to offer...

    I often find that when all people have to offer to a discussion of software is to criticize how it looks and how "exciting" it is or isn't defines how serious of a Linux users a person isn't. As much...
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