I don't get it.#systemd
is a pile of crap, not only conceptually speaking, but its inner code is absolute junk
Please fellow programmers around, have a look at this http://cgit.freedesktop.org/systemd/systemd/tree/src
and tell me you don't feel like a 8 years old beginner programmer commited this.
So, what the F*CK is happening to the GNU/Linux world? It's not even
about portability, but about the quality of one of the most important part of the system that is becoming some kind of microsoft-windows-like-quality software.
importing that mess does not surprise me more than that, they're used to it ( hey, they hired +Lennart Poettering
), but #Archlinux
? Some other distros are thinking
about it, did they actually read
that messy code ? Hardcoded paths everywhere, bugs, mistakes, unmaintainable spaghetti all around...
Please, it's no more about the concept (which is inherently stupid) but about the stability
of GNU/Linux, either on the desktop but most of all on the server
That kind of sh*t happened before and is happening again, please distros (+Debian
and friends), watch out before that pig makes it even harder to fix... which is what they
're looking for.
Remember UNIX philosophy: Write programs that do one thing and do it well.