On 12/29/2011 4:20 AM, Sven Burmeister wrote:
Am Donnerstag, 29. Dezember 2011, 08:40:23 schrieb
Why don't you want to let systemd to (try
to) win in a fair contest as
well? Do you think system admins are stupid so that you have to take the
decision from them for their own good?
Nobody forces anybody to use anything. You have a choice of distro and OS.
According to your analogy all that happens is that your local horse salesman
decided to sell only cars an no horses anymore. Nobody forces you to give-up
the horses you are riding, nobody forces you to stay with your salesman – and
if that salesman took the wrong decision he will go bankrupt. Place your bets!
Popularity does not define goodness.
Billions of people drink Coca-Cola and eat McDonalds.
The ability to get the majority of people to do something implies
nothing about it's virtue.
Horses couldn't haul 40,000 lbs at 75 mph for 3 days straight across the
country, or be ignored in a garage for storage with 0 maintenance
But you did actually give up a lot. I would love a car that ate fuel
that grows (renewable) everywhere, drives itself, and even reproduces
Which was one reason that switch was rather gradual.
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