I know, a radical proposal, BUT a bunch of reported issues in 12.2 are
around systemd/sysinitV, both trying to do the same thing, differently.
It would clearly help the distribution to commit clearly to ONE init
system only, officially and formally ditching the other.
This allows for proper testing of ONE Init System and fixing issues
around it. Not having to worry for an alternative INIT System can only
have it's advantages.
(Not saying NOBODY can keep on working / integrating SysInitV, just
saying: the openSUSE Project should focus on SystemD as the one
supported Init System).
There are a bunch of issues we could have saved ourselves from by not
going the split way.
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