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  1. I contributed something useful, about "systemd...

    I contributed something useful, about "systemd can do stuff now without needing scripting or coding it" to which you answered "it doesn't matter 'cause you can script or code it".
    I admit at that...
  2. As long as it's turing complete, it can do as...

    As long as it's turing complete, it can do as much as systemd, don't worry.
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    "Freedom" is not the right to have people do what...

    "Freedom" is not the right to have people do what you want. You are free to fork, to contribute, to provide patches. You are even free not to update! Yes, if you do that, you can keep Debian with...
  4. Who needs applications or even an OS when you...

    Who needs applications or even an OS when you have assembly?
  5. I cannot speak for servers (this discussion was...

    I cannot speak for servers (this discussion was started specifically about uid based protection on personal computers), but on PCs, windows does exactly the same thing and a bit more (there are also...
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    You've got it completely backward. The TC choose...

    You've got it completely backward.
    The TC choose to have systemd as default init regardless of gnome's status. This default choice does not impose anything on any user.
    Then, Gnome depends on...
  7. Protection against what? 99% of the important...

    Protection against what? 99% of the important data and programs of a user on a personal computer are run by that very user.
    Does root protects you against a keylogger? a cryptolocker? a browser...
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    No it's not. Humans have utility functions, but...

    No it's not. Humans have utility functions, but these are not only driven by personal wealth (there are literally millions of studies that cover that).
    Companies utility functions are only driven by...
  9. There is no problem that only systemd can solve....

    There is no problem that only systemd can solve. There are some that currently only systemd does solve (ie, that are done simply by adding a configuration flag, as opposed to coding a script to do...
  10. Received an email from jolla this morning, it's a...

    Received an email from jolla this morning, it's a tablet :)
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    It reduces their cost, and because big companies...

    It reduces their cost, and because big companies in a competitive environment tend to have constant margins, that reduction is passed to their customers (profit is increased through increased market...
  12. But text part of the binary log is written as...

    But text part of the binary log is written as ASCII text, so is there any actual difference?
  13. You cannot answer "yes" to a "this or that"...

    You cannot answer "yes" to a "this or that" question :D
    I wanted to know if you had a problem with systemd as the daemon, or systemd as the project. I guess the former from your answer, but it's not...
  14. But isn't journald log append based with text...

    But isn't journald log append based with text added as text? If a character is corrupted you have to go manually anyway, so I don't get how it would be any different.
    If the binary journal is...
  15. That's not remotely as robust against metadata...

    That's not remotely as robust against metadata change (like, adding one field). Still better to have them in one place. Corruption will corrupt one line, just like text.
    Reading them with only text...
  16. I have a genuine interest in knowing practical...

    I have a genuine interest in knowing practical examples of things that cannot be done with systemd, or for which it takes more time.
    I expect some to exist, I'm honestly not trolling. Real life...
  17. Funny because it seems you are absolutely not...

    Funny because it seems you are absolutely not "only telling your opinion".
  18. Do you mean everything else in the daemon or the...

    Do you mean everything else in the daemon or the project? (it was a dumb idea to have both use the same name :/ )
    I don't find there are that many things in systemd daemon core dependencies, and I...
  19. awesome :D

    awesome :D
  20. What did you not understand in "internally" and...

    What did you not understand in "internally" and "pre-production"?
    Compiler performance and diagnostics do matter to developers.

    The reason for the change of the production compiler are different,...
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