Just open this poll in OT section to see how people feel about direction of some Linux pieces are taking, without being related to only Sabayon world. So, anyone here that would tell his thought about the thread can doStupot wrote:There is no need for this poll. Not many Sabayon users are knowledgeable enough to really have a say. Besides Fabio himself and maybe another dev or two, everybody here will have gotten their opinion by just listening to other people.
^ That's the option I would have voted for if it was there.
You say that, bro! Hope Wayland will continue on their path!Stupot wrote:With Ubuntu's "Mir" announcement, systemD almost seems like a non-issue.
nachoig wrote:PulseAudio is here because ALSA is not a sound server.
systemd is not only about sppeed. systemd is more than this
it's capable to track all daemons, its unit files are much better than SysV's scripts, these unit files aren't distro-specific, it has excelent administrative tools.
No, I can't compare this with OpenRC. OpenRC is only an inprovemente running on top of SysVinit, but it falls in the limitations of SysV... Also, parallelisation in OpenRC doesn't work properly.
X: X is bloated, and it has a lot of non-functional code and needs a lot of ugly workarounds.
micia wrote:increases layers and sound latency and sound programming complexity, as you have to keep in mind anything you do is asynchronous
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