Because in his view the ISPs should be paid for the bandwidth more than once (what a wonderful model...), sounds like a corporate troll to me.
AFAIK Netflix kind of already does that by handing out those free Netflix proxy servers to ISPs so that they can serve Netflix to their customers without having to peer with Comgest.
How would that help. If you don't use Youtube then you won't get traffic from Youtube so whatever they do won't affect you. That whatever ISP you use don't sell a connection under 25MBps (if that really is the case) has nothing to do with net neutrality, even with the change that you propose you would still be forced to pay the for your 25MBps connection and with the same price.
It does matter since that is how ISPs have set up the pricing model, that it's completely illogical is besides the point.
It might not be logical but that is how the ISPs have decided to handle peering.
AFAIK the problem that journal tries to solve is logging of meta data, i.e beeing able to log variables in a well defined manner and not only plain messages
tail of a file is nothing more than exporting the content of that file, it doesn't matter if the file was in binary or text, that you could tail or cat from it is what is important and that has not changed. If your older log couldn't been found then that is a problem with log rotation and has nothing to do with wither the log was binary or text in it's storage format.
And if I'm not mistaken your script can be set to start when
/var/run/mysql.socket becomes ready instead of being started directly after /etc/init.d/mysql started and the mysql process decides to do a major table check so that the server is not accessible for 5 minutes which makes your daemon exit with an error since the database was not available at start.
Yes, a two or three line ini file for SystemD is soo much harder than a 5k SysV script
Well good then that the ini files for SystemD is text and that you can export the textlogs from the logger.
Won't work, you can only build ip address tracking applications in Visual Basic
I don't think that vikings needed the fourth step.
Protection applies only if you are a Swedish citizen. The judicial systems does not even have to be involved at all if a foreigner such as Assange would be deported to the US.
Look at how long it took the UK courts to decide that he really should be extradited to Sweden. That too me shows that the UK system kind of works. When he gets over here to Sweden the question of extradition to the US would not be a court matter but a matter for the Foreign Minister and thus could happen in seconds. At least in the UK he has some protection against that.