- Dec 11, 2019
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I am not against Snaps but I am against not getting a choice whether you want to remove them or not, currently you still can. Yes deb and rpm distributions have a different way of how their configuration files are setup for some applications but that's a lot different. Systemd is a whole other level because that is an init system but there should be no need to not give someone a choice whether they want to use one packaging system over another when it comes to containerized applications. I don't appreciate being compared to those people as I actually like systemd because it has made things easier and given more standardization among most distributions, I do dislike certain things about systemd but I can live with since it's as suite of things and you can choose to not use something if it's something other than the init system.Canonical has made a zillion other changes that meant you couldn't use Ubuntu unless you did it their way - so hasn't ever other distro. Once again, I point out the similarities between you folks and the people who railed against systemd.
Rather than beat a dead horse, read my post at #14.