Author: Hendrik Boom Date: To: dng Subject: Re: [DNG] Way forward
On Sun, Apr 14, 2019 at 04:21:26PM +0200, Adam Borowski wrote: > On Sun, Apr 14, 2019 at 03:53:41PM +0200, info at smallinnovations dot nl wrote:
> > Well Devuan needs that luck even more. I do not like systemd but it is
> > supported by those hated corporations (not only Red Sweat). And they
> > will pay for removing all those bugs. For Devuan the question has become
> > will Beowulf ever be stable after the departure of the biggest
> > contributor and two fighting caretakers.
> > After all what happened i cannot take Devuan seriously any longer. And I
> > absolutely do not want my systems depending on a distro with such a
> > uncertain future.
> So help fixing systemd related regressions in Debian proper?
> That would be good for not only Devuan but all derivatives that are not
> systemd only (which in practice means not Ubuntu and Tails).
> I haven't done a single upload to Devuan -- I consider this
> counterproductive. Providing a regression-fixed stable release is very good
> -- but for unstable, anything that's not a mere staging ground is bad: it
> lets the systemd crowd tell people "so go to Devuan", making regressions
> grow (they have an excuse), thus increasing _your_ workload. And the
> manpower isn't that big...
It's not clear to me which sentences in the above paragraph refer to
Devuan and which to Debian -- making your overall import unclear.
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