Also what does “relatively bug free” mean?
If I’m not mistaken this bug was present in the kernel for years and to be honest was extremely subtle in the first place
At the end of the day it will depend on the amount of money that you are willing to spend on this (and 0 is a perfectly valid choice) but what I would suggest is that regardless of provider, you buy and use your own domain so that
I saw something similar the other day on the sentry repo https://github.com/getsentry/sentry/blob/master/LICENSE . IMHO using a copyleft free and open source licence before the “pivot” (?) is a lot better than what sentry went with. How much that helps the situation with corporations leeching off open source work is left to see
https://blog.darknedgy.net/technology/2020/05/02/0/ this blogpost is a nice technological and historical overview. Systemd is sometimes good sometimes bad and sometimes ugly (for the love of God I cant make resolved work and the documentation just isnt there). At the end of the day if it works for you don’t fix it but just for the sake of it I would recommend trying out another init system and seeing for yourself
Totally agree. Moreover I can not think of a valid scenario where you would use such a comparison