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    You didn't provide any sources, so this is...

    You didn't provide any sources, so this is clearly speculation on my side (but I have been involved in most these discussions, so I feel pretty confident): You are most probably misrepresenting the...
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    What makes you think that? So far the adoption of...

    What makes you think that? So far the adoption of systemd has been driven by distribution developers (who decide to ship/default to sytemd) and other upstream developers (who decide to make use of /...
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    https://plus.google.com/+TomGundersen/posts/eztZWb...

    https://plus.google.com/+TomGundersen/posts/eztZWbwmxM8
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    This will be part of networkd, not PID1.

    This will be part of networkd, not PID1.
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    That is pretty easy to do (git clone && ./autogen...

    That is pretty easy to do (git clone && ./autogen && make systemd-udevd <...>). However, that has not much to do with modularity. The point is that the software itself is modular, not whether its...
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    Good news: systemd does not use binary...

    Good news: systemd does not use binary configuration files, and a broken .journal file is simply ignored, so will not break your system.
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    Thanks! Perfect. So it seems not much happened...

    Thanks! Perfect. So it seems not much happened since 2009, which explains why I didn't find aynthing last year :) Anyway, it is a nice little project, very much in the spirit of sysvinit.
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    That's interesting! I am embarrased to say that I...

    That's interesting! I am embarrased to say that I failed to find this when I tried about a year ago. I did find the official webpage, a mailinglist (where no development discussion seemed to have...
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    Touché. I should have said "unmaintained on...

    Touché. I should have said "unmaintained on Linux" :)
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    I guess "serious" is not the best term to use....

    I guess "serious" is not the best term to use. What I meant is that there are currently no actively maintained initsystems around apart from systemd (at least not aimed at the generic distro market)....
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    There is absolutely no reason why others can not...

    There is absolutely no reason why others can not also implement a userspace kdbus component. There is work under way to port over libdbus and gdbus, I'm not aware of anyone redoing the userland side...
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    I took issue with your implication that there has...

    I took issue with your implication that there has already been a change to make systemd more monolithic. I do not contest that the future plan of libudev is to use kdbus internally. Note that this...
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    udevd _still_ works just fine without systemd, so...

    udevd _still_ works just fine without systemd, so I don't believe that statement is any less true today than it was when it was written. Maybe one day that will change, but it still does not change...
  14. Yeah, that's most likely what happened. I...

    Yeah, that's most likely what happened.

    I suggest you take your complaints to the appropriate venue though, as it is getting really annoying to read about your pedals all the time in tese...
  15. Wolud be nice, but no, you can't.

    Wolud be nice, but no, you can't.
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    See: https://dvdhrm.wordpress.com/2014/06/10/memfd_create2/



    Correct. As all of kdbus will be isolated in a kernel module, and there is not even plans of a dbus parser in the kernel yet, there...
  17. You want to look up "memfd". They are used when...

    You want to look up "memfd". They are used when the data being transfered is bigger than a certain size (otherwise doing a copy is faster).



    They are used for different things. kdbus is...
  18. kdbus also does "mmaped" IPC, but without the...

    kdbus also does "mmaped" IPC, but without the limitations (multithreading is ok) and security problems (sealing) of netlink.

    The firmware was never sent over netlink (only the request was), and it...
  19. A quick look at the NEWS files from around that...

    A quick look at the NEWS files from around that time, my guess would be that http://cgit.freedesktop.org/systemd/systemd/tree/hwdb is the culprit (which just shows how worthless counting the number...
  20. Those API's are already stable and exposed for a...

    Those API's are already stable and exposed for a long time as far as I can remember. But don't take my word for it, check the API stability promise (which, if you were serious about wanting to work...
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