Where will you go after systemd?

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Where will you go after systemd?

BSD
12
16%
Linux without systemd
34
47%
Mac
2
3%
Windows
0
No votes
something totally different
1
1%
have not decided yet
24
33%
 
Total votes : 73

Re: Where will you go after systemd?

Postby goulo » 2015-02-14 16:54

Deb-fan wrote:You're clearly a clueless tard man and one of the most annoying kinds.
...
(...and lots more repetitive rambling lmao tard lmao tard...)

Speaking of annoying...
Why is every post from you written like a teenager text-messaging?
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Re: Where will you go after systemd?

Postby Deb-fan » 2015-02-14 17:02

Well another obvious genius/rocket scientist among the Debian forum community. There are tons of kickbutt people in this community too.

Ya know they have this ignore feature here for blocking out users posts you don't want to read ? Yeah ... probably too much common sense for someone who likely has none. Poor widdle you, poor, poor widdle you dude. :P
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Re: Where will you go after systemd?

Postby tomazzi » 2015-02-15 01:05

Deb-fan: grow up, man - You've just made 2 mistakes:
1. You have just bumped this thread, so anyone can verify Your claims.
2. You've bumped this thread, thinking that You can show yourself clever, but the results are exactly the opposite.

http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=119041&start=120#p567393

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Re: Where will you go after systemd?

Postby schnuller » 2015-02-15 08:46

goulo wrote:
Deb-fan wrote:You're clearly a clueless tard man and one of the most annoying kinds.
...
(...and lots more repetitive rambling lmao tard lmao tard...)

Speaking of annoying...
Why is every post from you written like a teenager text-messaging?

I for one don't understand a single post of him. Perhaps i am not willing to invest any energy in such posts.
Anyway, this is what the forum guidelines say:
A forum is a means of written communication so make sure your posts are as readable as possible. That means: Use capital letters and punctuation, and use the formatting features of the forum wisely in order to make your post attractive. Try to avoid 'l33t speak', 'chatspeak,' and 'SMS language'.
There is no need to apologize for poor English skills. We have users from all over the world and trying your best is more than adequate.

viewtopic.php?f=11&t=10653
In the past there haven't been such posts. At least not that long and that regularly.
I am not sure if those posts make the forum worse than it is anyway, but they sure are a good reason to ignore it completely.

Long story short:
If you do care you can report the posts as violating the forum guidelines (and hope that someone of the staff is left and bothers to act).
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Re: Where will you go after systemd?

Postby edbarx » 2015-02-15 11:27

Claiming technical discussions should be apolitical and strictly non-philosophical, is in itself, a philosophical stance.
Debian == { > 30, 000 packages }; Debian != systemd
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Re: Where will you go after systemd?

Postby golinux » 2015-02-15 14:57

@edbarx . . . nice to see you. Hope all is well.
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Re: Where will you go after systemd?

Postby thanatos_incarnate » 2015-02-15 16:02

edbarx wrote:Claiming technical discussions should be apolitical and strictly non-philosophical, is in itself, a philosophical stance.

Not sure if we can ever separate these. The only meaningful separation happened already -- there is a fork of Debian and there are other
distros (Gentoo) with which non-systemd distros can share upstream code.
What should really disappear is the emotional rhetoric.
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Re: Where will you go after systemd?

Postby Danielsan » 2015-02-15 16:23

Too much posts to read!

This is my idea.

1. Inspired by this thread: viewtopic.php?f=20&t=119860. Starting from Wheezy a custom installation which not provide any sistemd components (really hard...) using as wm Echinus Wm (https://github.com/polachok/echinus/tree/tint2, this is the Tint 2 branch).

2. Starting to use Gentoo which is pretty impressive!

3. Waiting for Devuan.

....

Pass definetely to a BSD distro.

...
....
.....

Praying for HURD... :D
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Re: Where will you go after systemd?

Postby schnuller » 2015-02-15 20:48

Danielsan wrote:Too much posts to read!

This is my idea.

1. Inspired by this thread: viewtopic.php?f=20&t=119860. Starting from Wheezy a custom installation which not provide any sistemd components (really hard...) using as wm Echinus Wm (https://github.com/polachok/echinus/tree/tint2, this is the Tint 2 branch).

2. Starting to use Gentoo which is pretty impressive!

echinus seems to be available in Gentoo:
user$ emerge --search echinus
Searching...
[ Results for search key : echinus ]
[ Applications found : 1 ]

* x11-wm/echinus [ Masked ]
Latest version available: 0.4.9
Latest version installed: [ Not Installed ]
Size of files: 33 KiB
Homepage: http://plhk.ru/echinus
Description: A window manager for X in the spirit of dwm
License: MIT

user$


pray

same here ... :-)
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Re: Where will you go after systemd?

Postby thanatos_incarnate » 2015-02-15 21:32

Danielsan wrote:3. Waiting for Devuan.

Contribute to Devuan, so it's ready once Wheezy is EOL? :)
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Re: Where will you go after systemd?

Postby Danielsan » 2015-02-16 05:02

At this stage of developing there's nothing I am able to do... :(
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Re: Where will you go after systemd?

Postby thanatos_incarnate » 2015-02-16 17:43

Danielsan wrote:At this stage of developing there's nothing I am able to do... :(

Well, it's not all programming... Artwork, forum spam hunting, spending 2 bucks to help them with hosting, just being productively active at the forums (helping people, etc.), writing howtos,...
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Re: Where will you go after systemd?

Postby schnuller » 2015-02-17 06:14

thanatos_incarnate wrote:
Danielsan wrote:At this stage of developing there's nothing I am able to do... :(

Well, it's not all programming... Artwork, forum spam hunting, spending 2 bucks to help them with hosting, just being productively active at the forums (helping people, etc.), writing howtos,...

they have a forum?
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Re: Where will you go after systemd?

Postby golinux » 2015-02-17 06:29

schnuller wrote:
thanatos_incarnate wrote:
Danielsan wrote:At this stage of developing there's nothing I am able to do... :(

Well, it's not all programming... Artwork, forum spam hunting, spending 2 bucks to help them with hosting, just being productively active at the forums (helping people, etc.), writing howtos,...

they have a forum?

Nope. No forum. Just the mail list and irc.
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Re: Where will you go after systemd?

Postby Danielsan » 2015-02-19 15:47

thanatos_incarnate wrote:
Danielsan wrote:At this stage of developing there's nothing I am able to do... :(

Well, it's not all programming... Artwork, forum spam hunting, spending 2 bucks to help them with hosting, just being productively active at the forums (helping people, etc.), writing howtos,...


I have a really good idea for the logo... If they are without logo yet... The problem is that I don't have time... :(
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