On Sun, Oct 27, 2019 at 10:19 PM Andreas Sturmlechner <ast...@gentoo.org> wrote: > > Enter the elogind project , which is a standalone logind implementation > based on systemd code, currently maintained by a fellow Gentoo user.
A few minor comments: 1. While it is somewhat implicit in the headers, you might want to mention in the text that this will not impact systemd profiles and that those will just use logind. It is a natural question people will end up asking anyway. 2. As evidenced in , many users probably have no idea what consolekit, logind, or elogind actually do (or policykit/dbus and a bunch of other modern desktop-oriented tooling that wasn't around back when we were all editing X11 mode lines). You might want to just toss in a sentence or two to explain that as background, since people are going to worry especially with the dreaded s-word in there. Or find some website that explains what it is reasonably well and link it with a note in the text... 1 - https://archives.gentoo.org/gentoo-user/message/8dae2579be22c206d0f4bded84154f2d -- Rich