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X11 is doing all things bad.
But that is the price of Freedom!
Note that I did not close by saying "what are you, some kind of Nazi?" (going for the true meta-Godwin).
"MMT is a great halfway house for recovering Austrians." -- Noah Smith
Private debt drives the economy. And yet economists have convinced themselves and us that we can safely ignore the role of banks debt and money. This situation is absolutely insane.
You appear to have convinced yourself you can completely ignore those "economists" and figure out what they think via telepathy.
Personal opinon: on economics, you're better off reading Krugman than slashdot.
I first got disillusioned with Perl many years ago when I realized I couldn't even read my own code!
The number of people who think this is a witty thing to say still amazes me to this day. So, uh, you have no sense of discipline, you don't know how to organize code and are incapable of writing documentation, and you think this makes you a way cool hip programmer dude because, uh...
Q: "Why did they use segmented SRBs?"
A: Because Morton-Thiokol is in Utah, without a sea-port, and the pieces had to fit on trains or trucks.
Q: So why didn't they go with a company that did have ocean access, like Aerojet in Sacramento? A: James Feltcher was from Utah.
Actually, I think it's a problem that the anti-systemd forces keep going on about "the unix way" and what-not... haven't they been paying attention to the way things really work? (Hint: if esr says it, it's probably not quite right. )
Perl kicked Bourne butt by merging nearly everything you want into one process-- that's something you'd think a sysadmin would've noticed.
It is however a point that betting your system security on a new, gigantic project is kind of dubious, and I have a lot of sympathy with people objecting to gratuitious changes that obsolete decades worth of learning on how to manage a unix box.
 The actual "Unix Way" is "do one thing sort-of-okay and trick it out with options, configuration files and customization languages until you can't tell if it's going to fry eggs or go to the bathroom".