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[Discuss] systemd explanations

On 2/19/2016 3:18 PM, Robert Krawitz wrote:
>> Because what they say is cruel and uncalled-for.
> But if they're that irrelevant, what difference does it make?
>> Back at you: how does forking the code get them to stop being cruel?
> Again: if they're rendered completely irrelevant, why does it matter
> if their words are cruel and uncalled-for?

If you cannot figure this out for yourself then you are the problem.

Rich P.

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