With regard to Linux, I plan on falling behind the systemd wave in Debian, avoiding it. I may eventually move toward Gentoo, or over to one of the BSDs as well. But in avoidance of systemd, I won’t be keeping up with the latest edge of Linux for awhile, which makes for a poor developer’s environment.
So what's wrong with systemd
? Upstart is broken by admission of it's developers
, Sysvinit is solid and mature but doesn't address the realities
of the modern computing environment, and OpenRC
is cute, but...
Anyways, if enough people care about SpaceFM, it WILL be forked and development will continue, which is the beauty (or bane, your choice...) of Open Source software.
EDIT: Oh, I see, it's because udev: https://lwn.net/Articles/490413/