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How bout you rather shoot Poettering to prevent him spreading his worthless genes.
I switched my laptop (where my dev-magic happens) to Voidlinux as it uses runit as an init-scheme and offers native musl-libc support on top.
So what's wrong in pulseaudio?
Edit: should perhaps read tags too
amatrelan710365d@Root I don't have that much of problems with pulseaudio, it works mostly out of box, some changes is required based on system but that's cause I have multiple audio outputs in desktop (hdmi, yeti and Mobo sound) but otherwise it's mostly works out of the box.
I don't go as far to say it's flawless but for normal usage it's "good". Of course if I would require 0 latency and use my desktop as DAW I would stay far from pulse and use jack + alsa.
I remember there were a lot problems with Pulseaudio about 5-10 years ago and I also stuck with alsa but nowadays I don't notice any "gamebreaking" issues personally.
homo-lorens7234353dI didn't think I could ever want somebody to get cubed the subway until I had to interface with Pulse.