On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 10:54:53PM +0100, Markos Chandras wrote:
> was very confused the first time this topic was brought to the
> Council. I still believe this is not something we (Council) should
> decide but rather the udev maintainers should decide themselves. In
> any case, I am fine with bringing this issue back to Council as it
> seems there is a general confusion in the Gentoo community about this.
Honestly, I agree with you. I am a udev maintainer myself, and the udev
maintainers did not bring this issue to council. More than that, no one,
that I recall, discussed any ramifications of this vote with any udev
maintainers before bringing it to council.
The ramifications, as I said in my previous email, are not just udev
related (see the section in my previous email about the /usr merge).
Once we start implementing the /usr merge, it will not matter whether
you use udev or not, you will have to have an initramfs if your /usr is