True, there are other priorities for now. If the kernel would move to a more modular(if this is the correct characterization for what i mentioned) it would be beneficial, for testing drivers among other things.
On another note, I wonder if Ubuntu will eventually also transition to Systemd.
I had read something about not considering it reliable enough yet and there might be a switch after the coming LTS, but that's rumors.
Also, still waiting for your code, so that we can see if it is as messy as you claim to the BSD code to be.
Man, you suck as a troll, Phoronix has seen much better trolls already, go home, make your homework and come back if you are a full blown troll, not a clueless 12 years old.
How about then the last turmoil about udev and firmware?Untenable situation in my opinion. Obviously, the temptation to leverage udev to accelerate the demise of systemd competitors must be strong, and chances are, irresistable.
The result was doing some more directly in the kernel. Thus to minimize the complexity of Udev once more. Shouldn't it be the other way round if they conspire by utilizing Udev to promote Systemd:
They should instead widen the use of Udev and its complexity just to make us more dependend ...
Ok neckbeardos so Lennart busted all your myths. Too bad for you. Now STFU and accept your new master. Systemds adoption has reached critical mass by now and in a short while only a few sys'd refuseniks will remain and die out like the dinosaurs.