Where systemd Came From & Where It's Going
Written by Michael Larabel in systemd on 25 May 2012 at 04:57 AM EDT. Add A Comment
Lennart Poettering recently spoke at a BarCamp in Warsaw, Poland where he talked about systemd. In the 100+ minute presentation, he covered where systemd came from, where it's going, and other details.

For those interested in systemd as a SysVInit/Upstart replacement that seems to be making its way everywhere except for Ubuntu Linux, embedded below this story is Lennart's talk from Poland for this system and service manager.

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