Quote Originally Posted by 89c51 View Post
Nah. The best (read most stupid) argument against it remains the "Unix pholosophy" one.
That's got to be the wrongest argument, since Systemd brings multi-seat, and thus UNIX' server-client computing to the table.

So that means that Systemd and PulseAudio (routing audio), are bringing graphical multimedia terminals, ran on a single server computer, to life on Linux.

How is that against the UNIX philosophy as it makes Linux more UNIX-like, by fixing what's definately broken in terms of client-server computing?