Perhaps the best talk I've ever seen on the topic of systemd.

The Tragedy of Systemd

@rcode3 I have to be honest. I thought it was just a rehash of the same arguments. One of the first premises, I have heard so many times: "change; just because something has been in place for a long time it does not mean it's the best way, we should embrace change". After ~40+ yrs in IT I've concluded, we take on change much more often than is actually beneficial, and that in most cases some change is taken on because the proposer just doesn't know the existing thing very well.

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