Good news to hear that +Arch Linux (official) is switching to +systemd for good! The ArchLinux folks have already done a fantastic job at upstream collaboration, and I am looking forward to more of that!

So, I guess it's official now that Fedora, RHEL (hence CentOS, Oracle too), OpenSUSE, Mageia, Mandriva, Tizen, ArchLinux have switched for good or are in the process of switching. Debian, Gentoo have it in their package repositories but not as default. Slackware of course, is, well, Slackware. Ubuntu is a bit weird, on one hand they don't include it, but then again Canonical tries to sell it as part of their IVI solution.

That looks pretty good, doesn't it?
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