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    Trying to get Gnome depend on systemd isn't...

    Trying to get Gnome depend on systemd isn't really talking for having an open mind to neither kind of modularity. https://mail.gnome.org/archives/desktop-devel-list/2011-May/msg00427.html
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    I admit this is a conspiracy theory but I'll just...

    I admit this is a conspiracy theory but I'll just put it out there. Poetterix kernel. I mean, he's into reinventing things and doing things how "it should be done", even if it breaks things. Why not...
  3. Boot time is what most people mention when they...

    Boot time is what most people mention when they talk about systemd, and I assume no one changes to it just because of the Plymouth integration. http://0pointer.de/blog/projects/why.html
  4. Because I like to be able to chose what software...

    Because I like to be able to chose what software to install or not. And if I have to compile it myself I prefer to have a smaller software with less dependencies.
  5. If they really wanted to play nice they could...

    If they really wanted to play nice they could have released the different parts of systemd as independent programs without dependencies of each other. Which they chose not to.

    Also... really......
  6. This is the explanation I chose to believe in :-D

    This is the explanation I chose to believe in :-D
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    Not on Ubuntu so I don't really see the problem...

    Not on Ubuntu so I don't really see the problem here. Is it really too hard to ask for the users to type sudo apt-get install gnome?
  8. The question is really what road they want to...

    The question is really what road they want to take. Either they can with the super secure way where everything is controlled, or they could learn their users to not add repositories they're not sure...
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