systemd and sysvinit, a question
Since this list seems prepared to stick to logic, facts and solutions, rather
than heat and emotion, perhaps some kind soul would answer a question for me.
I have no opinion on init systems. I accept what I am given and am grateful,
If sysvinit is as staggerigly marvellous as it is being painted by some, and
if it was such a near thing that it got dropped as the Debian default init
system, how come the vote was apparently between Upstart and systemd? And
given that it was a vote between Upstart and systemd, why are some people so
up in arms and ranting that sysvinit was dropped by a meaningless margin?
(The chairman's casting vote.) When and how was the decison to drop sysvinit
as the Debian default init system actually taken?