Begun, The Linux Civil War has.

Don’t panic and keep forking Debian™! :^)


: boycott systemd

: Archlinux is moving to systemd

: Diccusion on CrunchBang

: Major Linux distributions that adopted systemd

: Choose your side on the Linux divide

: OT: Open letter to the Linux World

: The Biggest Myths

: uselessd :: information system

: The End of Linux

: Uselessd: A Stripped Down Version Of Systemd

: The Open-Source Community: A Sick Place To Be In

: Debian leader says users can continue with SysVinit

: It’s just init system

: Re-Proposal - preserve freedom of choice of init systems

: Daemon Showdown: Upstart vs. Runit vs. Systemd vs. Circus vs. God

: Shall we fork Debian™? :^

: Avoiding systemd isn’t hard

: Prevent systemd installation

: Going with the systemd flow . . . or not?

: Thoughts on systemd and the freedom to choose

: Debian’s Civil War: Has It Really Come to This?

: The world after systemd

: debian is leaning towards systemd, which is developed by redhat (an NSA partner)

: systemd For Administrators, Part XXI

: Resigning as a Debian systemd maintainer

: The next 10 years of FreeBSD

: Without Systemd Wiki

: Don’t panic and keep forking Debian™! :^)


2020 states

Illustration: Init Diversity: Who use what

I don't worry about the controversy.
And even with this long list, my judgment could be wrong.
I'm using Manjaro OpenRC.
I'm also using Debian systemd.
I just love to read the news.