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Re: [opensuse] Another example of deliberate system? supporters deliberately sabotaging previously working software...
On 08/03/2015 06:00 PM, Chris Murphy wrote:
But what I'm missing is the connection to systemd.

The reasoning seems to be that anyone who 'supports' the changeover to
systemd, which probably includes anyone who isn't explicitly outspoken
against it, (hence the "deliberate systemd supporters") makes a change
(and any change must, ipso fact, be "deliberate") that upsets Linda or
"breaks" her highly customized and very non-standard version of Linux
(which as far as I can make out she has because she seems to think that
the mainstream version the rest of us use is somehow 'broken' or
something, but since the case she presents doesn't make sense to me I
can't be sure) that was "previously working" then it constitutes
"deliberate sabotage" every bit as much as systemd itself is
conspiracy[1] by some "establishment" (quite possibly Redhat) on their
way to becoming every bit as much an Evil Empire as Microsoft.

[1] The definition "a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or
harmful" makes me wonder: the effort to convert from sysvinit to systemd
is extremely well documented and supported, so its hardly 'secret', and
while Linda may consider it harmful its certainly not unlawful, though
the threats against the life of the developers are.
A: Yes.
> Q: Are you sure?
>> A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
>>> Q: Why is top posting frowned upon?

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