On Tue, 16 Feb 2016 20:33:55 +0100
Michał Górny <mgo...@gentoo.org> wrote:
> This all is going into some bickering nonsense and noise made by
> systemd haters just to feed their troll, FUD and whatever else they
> made around here.
> So, yes, we should definitely switch to semi-maintained,
> semi-documented fork made plainly of systemd hate. Because certainly
> project that is created plainly for political reasons is better.
> Because it will certainly be technically better if people have to
> focus on copying regular udev maintainers and reworking their changes
> to keep them working on forked codebase.
> And after all, as someone said, this will give eudev proper testing.
> Because why default to something tested and working when you can throw
> your random fork on our users. After all, if we force them to use it,
> they will eventually start co-maintaining it, and it will no longer be
> semi-maintained!

keep cool; eudev has its merits, I'm just trying to figure out what is
a real one and what is a pure guess on the future. For me, the main
advantage for eudev is the loose coupling with the kernel, which we
have no way to control/force in gentoo, and in some worlds (embedded)
it is often, unfortunately, not even an option to use a recent kernel.


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