I like how you don't know me, don't know what problems I'm having or what they symptoms are, but obviously you know best. Out of interest, do you grow a beard all the way down your neck while brushing cheeto dust off your ample belly and shouting at n00bs? From a dwelling in your mother's basement? Because your smug, condesending attitude, combined with your complete lack of knowledge or ability to read sure feels like it.
restarting because of a PA crap (which would normally show a audio Linux module bug)
Then tell me why (a) restarting PA fixes a module bug and (b) why ALSA works perfectly?
Actually, debugging systemd startup
You know, I can almost feel the smugness exuding from your pores when you said that. Tell me where I mentioned startup? Oh wait, I didn't. Because I wasn't talking about startup was I now?
Maybe mr smug, you can tell me where on earth the ACPI events from the sleep key are going and why SystemD refuses to pass them on anywhere sensible.
Besides, a sound server has nothing in common with an init system
Apart from, the person who wrote them. Which is the point I was making if you bothered to read my post through your mointain-dew induced nerdrage.
The end user experience of Ubuntu is not about the self-contradictory "debuggability, hackability and simplicity", it's about simplicity which contradicts your "hackability" statement.
I don't see how the end-user experience is inferior, this makes no sense.
Because I can't debug problems when they arise easily. That makes it pretty inferior to me.
When you change your timezone in the graphical UI
When I do which with the what? I never change the timesone in the "graphical UI". Not really sure why I should care about that.