> it doesn't help us create better software or better user experience.
Wrong. It *does* help create better software. Every time I try to build my software with another compiler I discover things that can be done better. Every time I try to port my code to a new platform I find better abstractions for what I was trying to achieve.
Maybe you don't care about that. Maybe you don't care about good, solid code that works because it is properly written. Maybe you just care about getting the thing out and declare you're done?
I guess I will stay away from systemd for a while, then.