Debian votes on support for non-systemd initialization systems

The Debian community votes for 20 days to support a non-systemd initialization system. Debian’s decision to adopt systemd in 2014 caused much controversy, with opponents creating a branch that did not use systemd. Five years later, Debian began to rethink other initialization systems other than systemd.

The poll contains a total of 8 options:

  • Continue to focus on systemd;
  • Systemd but at the same time explore alternatives;
  • It is important to support multiple initialization systems;
  • Support non-systemd initialization systems, but avoid stymied progress;
  • Support portability and avoid obstacles to progress;
  • Support for multiple initialization systems is necessary;
  • Support for portability and multiple initialization systems;
  • Further discussion.

Debian votes on support for non-systemd initialization systems

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