Maybe this is a fork of udev that does not need systemd or dbus.
I think these links show information about
Where are the issues with companies and / or corporations?
https://forums.hyperbola.info/viewtopic … 7525#p7525
https://wiki.hyperbola.info/doku.php?id … y_software
Though it may be mostly about
Projects with a company and / or corporation have a clear course for:
ignoring backwards compatibility
replacing existing services
All of this forcing into adoption of the software itself and making other projects and systems complete depending only on that special project.
there is more information than just that in these things like
Hyperbola as project only supports software-projects with a clear focus from the community for the community. If we see that software-projects and resulting packages develop further into the direction being only focussed on a company and coorperate background, we are going to remove it and rebuild dependending packages. Free, libre software and culture is from our perspective better when companies and corporations are kept outside!
The problem here is that more and more projects depend on those projects making them mandatory as users are not questioning those also. For Hyperbola the freedom of choice is most important, so there is also a choice not to use some package or force others to install and use it.
as well as other things.
But if anyone finds ways to use software that was made before software that was made later, that could help backwards compatibility and lets users have a choice in what to use and what not to use.
Though I do not know how easy it is to
replace it with a different device manager
Maybe there are more device manager programs that Hyperbola also has now. You can also build what you like on your own computer, maybe by making a PKGBUILD, building in your home or desktop folder, or other ways.
Though if this software does not have freedom problems and is still easy to compile on Hyperbola, maybe this just lets users use many types of software, so each user can chose what software that user wishes to use.
Did you find any problems with the program Hyperbola has in it's repository? I do not see udev in Hyperbola's packages, just a fork of it and android-udev. But I may have not seen where it is at.