This category does too many things:
- It groups all systemd related pages in a single category, which may be a good thing.
- It adds all pages into the Category:Daemons and system services and Category:Boot process categories, even if the pages do not normally belong there, which is wrong.
On a related note, I feel this is exactly the type of change that should be discussed beforehand.
- I think this is rather a scope issue of systemd and not my categorization. The way I see it is that:
- I apologize for not discussing this beforehand. --Larivact (talk) 06:09, 10 April 2018 (UTC)
- Since systemd tools do not share a common goal/scope, I think that fitting one single category for all systemd tools into a sensible category structure based on common topics is not possible. Is it necessary to use categories to document that the "systemd-*" tools (and udev) belong to systemd? Categories are intended for finding pages which have something in common and I don't think people would look for e.g. the systemd-boot page because it belongs to systemd - they would probably go to the upstream documentation which lists all tools. -- Lahwaacz (talk) 17:33, 10 April 2018 (UTC)