Re: [dev] Re: [slcon] Call for Papers 2013

From: hiro <>
Date: Sat, 23 Mar 2013 23:29:09 +0100

> initscripts are weak.

what do you need them to do? what does weak really mean here?

On 3/22/13, Strake <> wrote:
> On 21/03/2013, Christian Neukirchen <> wrote:
>> I would like to give a talk called "runit & ignite - a suckless init
>> system?", but I'm asking whether there is interest first since I noticed
>> these projects in the suckless context yet.
>> runit is a reliable init system based on service supervision, and ignite
>> is a set of shell scripts to convert the init system of a well-known
>> Linux distribution starting with "A" to use runit. (No worries, the
>> concepts are generic enough to be applied on every Linux or *BSD
>> system.)
>> I think a 30min talk would be enough to present it, and I'd like to have
>> enough time for discussion later since this is a topic that is getting
>> increasingly relevant given the current introduction of systemd
>> everywhere. It's also interesting for the plans, I think.
> I won't be there but I would be very interested. initscripts are weak.
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