Why should systemd eschew a whole lot of features of Linux which are simply not available elsewhere? More so if he cannot do half the ob he set out to do without them?
If you think he's wrong, and if you think something like systemd would be way cool to have on *BSD, write it yourself. I doubt that it'd be possible without kernel changes; systemd wasn't either.
NB: eudev is a rather bad example. I still fail to see which problem the eudev fork is supposed to solve.
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