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``Through a Google Summer of Code project this year was work to emulate systemd on OpenBSD.''
``so a student developer has taken to implementing the APIs of important systemd components so that they translate into native systemd calls.''
``systemd-hostnamed, systemd-localed, systemd-timedated, and systemd-logind utilities''
The `d' at the end of each of those stands for `utilities'?
Seriously, please do some editing before posing.
I wonder if this gets awarded 5 mod points too.
A badly written rant containing ill-informed opinions, even when accounting for the author being no `geek', as she puts it.
The problem is not the `glorification' of hackers (seriously?). The problem is that laws remain outdated to cope with this digital age. The problem is that governments rely on badly protected and badly regulated technologies.
The problem is not having enough hackers.