This was just a matter of time. First you claim to support all init systems
but systemd slowly, over time, snakes its tentacles into everything and it
becomes impossible to support any alternatives.
I understand the problems systemd is trying to solve, but none of them affected
me, at least to a degree I needed to replace my init system with all the
complexity that comes along with systemd. It’s just wholly unnecessary for my
purposes. I don’t need my computer, that I reboot once a month, to start up in
11 seconds intead of 12. I don’t need systemd to automount usb drives. I
don’t need it to pre-launch services and buffer connections for the 2 seconds
before the service is active. I don’t need you touching my networking at all.
You can keep all of it.