Ian Jackson's general resolution to prevent init system coupling has failed to pass, the majority vote deciding that the resolution is unnecessary. This means that not only will Debian's default init be systemd, but packages will not be required to support other init systems. Presumably, this means that using other init systems on Debian (without using systemd as a base) will not be possible without major workarounds, or possibly at all. It also leaves the future of Debian projects such as kFreeBSD unclear, as systemd is linux specific.
The vote results can be found here
The winners are:
Option 4 "General Resolution is not required"
NetBSD sysupgrade reminds me of the old Debian installers that just unpacked the base system from a tarball, before they started that bullshit of installing every individual base package separately.
The only reason I stopped using NetBSD was binary upgrades really sucked. Well you know, with sysupgrade and pkgin they don't fucking suck anymore.
Goodbye Linux. It wasn't nice knowing you, bitch.
Linux has been sucking ass for years now, maybe System D was the tipping point for some folks, but let's not forget some of the classics:
...and probably a dozen other abominations...
It's high time to get out.