Busybox and systemd, though they may ship a billion copies, are monolithic evolutionary dead ends.
Busybox, unlike systemd, is a valuable and portable tool which does not inhibit the continuing evolution of UNIX and Linux.
I see a potential role for a minimal init replacement, but not for a grotesque monolith actively being exploited as a power play by its author.
I am in FLOSS for the long haul. Others may have different priorities.
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