Binary logfiles, not a unix program in every possible sense that is a bad thing. The exception being that sysv is getting old, which is another matter to fix.
The discussion is very much already out there, but it doesnt matter so long as redhat money controls things.
And their biggest contractor isnt the goodguys.
All matters aside, for what it is, its bad. For everything else, there is plausable deniability.
Thanks a bunch, guys. This gives me some stuff to look into and think about.There's plenty of issues.
It breaks a basic rule : If it's not broken, don't fix it. Classic init methods work.
It's intrusive. Now, there's some software which doesn't even compile without systemd.
Those two point are enough for me.
I'll add that it's made by a guy who sucks. He's behind the /media fiasco, he's behind the pulse audio fiasco, and i'm pretty sure to find more on him but I have things more interesting to do.