On 14 Feb 2016 11:41, Brian Dolbec wrote:
> On Sun, 14 Feb 2016 11:00:30 -0500 Rich Freeman wrote:
> > On Sun, Feb 14, 2016 at 10:14 AM, Patrick Lauer wrote:
> > > If, for any reason, eudev should be abandoned - we can just change
> > > the virtual back. One-line change.  
> > 
> > Which is precisely the corresponding argument for not switching the
> > default to eudev in the first place.
> OH, my, this is looking more like you are being paid by systemd peeps...

honestly ?  cut the crap man.

> You are just refusing to acknowledge these simple facts.
> systemd.................:  irrelevant to this decision
> standalone systemd-udev.:  Vehemently unsupported, support for its
>                            capability to exist is planned to be punted
>                            in the future.
> eudev...................:  fully functional, actively developed,
>                            and fully supported, mature project, been
>                            around for years.

udev: it's the default in every major distro that everyone tests and
develops against.

eudev: no one of any relevance outside of Gentoo runs it.

> Oh and here is one final piece that should blow your reason away
> https://github.com/gentoo/eudev   <== NOTICE that it's upstream is
> within our gentoo domain.

irrelevant.  any Gentoo dev can create any repo in that namespace even
when they shouldn't.  the fact that eudev is in there does *not* mean
the whole Gentoo project has signed on to it, or that it's some sort
of "banner" project.  it means at least one Gentoo dev decided to do X
and our project system doesn't require project consensus before X can
proceed.  do not conflate these.

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