> So your complaint is that it's different and you have to learn something new. Well if you don't like learning, you should look for a different job.
I expected that someone will appear and oversimplify my thoughts down to this.
There are reasons why Cisco keeps IOS syntax unchanged, why GUI apps keep using "floppy disk" icon to save files and why Linus insists to keep kernel's user-level API unchanged.
And these reasons are: to preserve compatibility and to preserve existing knowledge.
Try coming to any serious enterprise and tell them to switch all servers to Linux, just because "it's better". And if their IT responds that they don't know Linux, tell them that they should look for a different job if they don't like to learn.
Sorry, real life doesn't work this way. What people know DOES matter, what your existing customer base wants also DOES matter.
I may learn systemd; or I may as well switch to some other distro which listens to its user-base.