[systemd-devel] thoughts on different command structure

Xen list at xenhideout.nl
Wed Oct 5 20:09:16 UTC 2016

Reindl Harald schreef op 05-10-2016 21:50:
> Am 05.10.2016 um 21:42 schrieb Xen:
>> Reindl Harald schreef op 05-10-2016 21:33:
>>> Am 05.10.2016 um 21:26 schrieb Xen:
>>>> Tomasz Torcz schreef op 05-10-2016 19:12:
>>>>> On Wed, Oct 05, 2016 at 07:00:11PM +0200, Xen wrote:
>>>>>>  [ … renaming propositions … ]
>>>>>   Uh, it is way too late for such changes.  Maybe if you brought 
>>>>> this
>>>>> five years ago… Right now it would only bring pointless 
>>>>> differentation
>>>>> between older and newer distributions.  We just started
>>>>> unification of all differences in distributions.
>>>> Well then create a SystemD 2 and make it the next incarnation :p.
>>>> The idea that it can be "too late" to change anything about anything
>>>> must surely be seen as a rather weird thing because it would imply 
>>>> that
>>>> a 1000 years from now we would still be using the same systemd 
>>>> unless it
>>>> was replaced by some other tool for precisely the reason that it 
>>>> didn't
>>>> evolve anymore ;-)
>>> you sound like we did not have enough "change for the sake of change"
>>> in the past 6 years...... realize that the gain of changes needs to
>>> *really* outweight the costs all over the world and not just for you
>> Well Reindle I was not expecting a positive reply but I need to pee
> as long as your are not able to distinct between firstname and
> lastname or at least quote the last name correctly: well, go pee, it's
> more productive than ideas change anything for no reason to bomb us
> (us is endusers and sysadmins) back some years (in fact after RHEL7
> has systemd more than a decade) in context of consolidation for no
> gain

Ooh, you set up a name switch bomb, very good of you. You must be 
Japanese, but not really. And the typing is just a typing error that I 
don't want to spend too much time on correcting these things while 
writing senselesse mails, you know. Ha, another one.

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