p r o f e s s i o n a l
Supporter of Open Source
Always aiming at practical results,
but sometimes the result must not only be sturdy but also look nice
Loyal, heart for the cause, insipring, flexible
Information comes in two kinds: either you know it or you know where to find it
Sense of security (physical and digital)
l e i s u r e & h o b b y
Honorary member NLUUG (The NLUUG unites professional users of Open Systems and Open Standards in the Netherlands) and former member of the Program Committee (organizing vEvents, virtual seminars, rather than conferences).
Board member of an Owners' Association
At its core, systemd is a "system and service manager -
an init system used to bootstrap user space and manage user processes.
It also provides replacements for various daemons and utilities,
including device management, login management, network connection management,
and event logging"
for Linux operating systems. (Wikipedia)
Or, to take it more wildly:
"systemd takes all the init features formerly implemented
with sticky tape, shell script hacks, and the sweat of administrators
and formalizes them in a unified field theory of how services
should be configured, accessed, and managed."
Let me help you to survive.