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Author: Bruce Perens
To: terryc
CC: dng
Subject: Re: [DNG] Danger: Debian POSIX hostility
The problem for me is that I would rather work on new stuff. Systemd and so
on are symptoms of the Unix design not really being a good fit for modern
demands. That doesn't mean that you band-aid them with systemd, it's time
for a different architecture. It is also time for what comes after Open
Source, as I have talked about here:
It's not clear how much of this I will personally get to work upon.



On Sun, Sep 13, 2020 at 9:08 PM terryc <terryc@???> wrote:

> On Sun, 13 Sep 2020 11:13:02 -0500
> golinux@??? wrote:
> > A link to this rant was posted on FDN yesterday. I had never heard of
> > Luke Smith before and was not particularly impressed with either his
> > presentational style or his bemoaning the death of white, male
> > privilege but . . . I could very well imagine Linux going down the
> > path his "nightmare" imagines.
> >
> > https://libre.video/videos/watch/b576019d-8957-4efb-8571-6a14e0889136
> entry for the worst video ever made?
> Thank for watching it and summarising it.
> >
> > If Debian doesn't wake up and reverse course what will become of
> > Devuan? The entire Linux ecosystem as we have known it could become a
> > nostalgic footnote in the history of the digital age.
> >
> > It's a good time to be old . . .
> Feels that way.
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