Re: Great /sarcasm
It's Red Hat. They'll give the whole thing to Pottering, and he'll build it into systemd. It will end up riddled with bugs and with security as an afterthought's afterthought. When the first logoed vulnerability emerges, he'll blame end users. Nobody will be able to fix anything because all the logs will be binary, and corrupted by the attacks.
Red Hat will snicker and go "who else are you going to buy from". Three more RHEL derivatives will emerge the next day. Oracle will pretend it didn't hear anything about any of this.
So, you know, a standard Tuesday in IT.