Debian Init System Coupling Vote Results
Written by Michael Larabel in Debian on 18 November 2014 at 07:56 PM EST. 104 Comments
DEBIAN --
The Debian voting surrounding a general resolution around init system coupling has ended.

After a few dramatic weeks of resignations and other worries, the vote about whether Debian should issue a general resolution about preserving the freedom of choice for users to choose their own init system regardless of the Debian default is over.

The results show that the members doesn't feel the need for a general resolution / change in Debian policy regarding the situation.
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