Re: systemd system unit files and UsrMove

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Am 17.02.2012 18:09, schrieb Nathaniel McCallum:
> 
> 
> 2012/2/17 "Jóhann B. Guðmundsson" <johannbg@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:johannbg@xxxxxxxxx>>
> 
>     On 02/17/2012 04:48 PM, Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
> 
>         Yeah -- so I see three options -- move systemd unit files to /usr/share,
>         revert /usr/move, change rpmlint (or a fourth -- ignore this warning for f17
>         and move systemd unit files to /usr/share for f18).
> 
>         Which are you advocating?
> 
> 
>     If you are going to move units to /usr/share I suspect you want to move the rest as well  udev, modprobe,
>     depmod, tmpfiles, modules-load etc...
> 
> 
>  Sure, as time permits and when such can be done without harming user experience.

FOR WHAT REASON?

such changes do ALWAYS harming user experience

why?
becaus eoperating systems are (or where it seems) made to give users
the base for their own work, scripts, automatisms and the idea of
linux once was give users a CUSTOMIZEABLE system

by permanently change thins for the sake of the change you
are killing the "customizeable" becasue it is better not
do this at all to be safe for useless changes made from bored
people upstream your OS

PLEASE STOP THIS BAD ATTITUDE DAMAGE PERMANENTLY CUSTOMIZED
SYSTEMS JUST FOR FUN OR YOU WILL NEVER IN THIS LIFE HAVE
USERS USING LINUX IF THEY WANT TO DO MORE THAN INSERT A DVD
AND EAT WHAT SOMEONE OTHER DECIDED IS GOOD FOR THEM

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