Posted Nov 21, 2012 21:58 UTC (Wed) by dlang (✭ supporter ✭, #313)
Parent article: Gentoo's udev fork
> That said, a better insurance policy might be to establish oneself as a participating and respected member of the current systemd/udev development community.
This sounds nice, but I can't help wondering how welcome people would be in this community after the first time they express the opinion that systemd is pursuing the wrong goals.
There are a lot of people who depend on udev who are either ambiviolent, or opposed to the direction that systemd is going. Expecting those people to be "participating and respected members" on the systemd mailing list would require more restraint than I would expect from both sides.