Watch out, some people might think you are a hipster or something for having an opinion that differs from most Linux users, because as we all know Linux is about uniformity, blind obedience, and doing/using exactly the same as everyone else.
Last I checked (a couple of months ago) Jessie's Network manager had a hard dependency on systemd. Has this been fixed (and is there an online resource that lists reverse dependencies?)?
I guess when people identify as opposed to something a majority readily adopts they tend to define a group of their own. Some people are drawn to these smaller underdog groups just because they're not the "sheep". Typically these sorts of people find all kinds of rationales for their choice, mostly the kind that nicely translate into making the "other side" look bad and will fight tooth and nail to keep "their side" "winning" no matter if the actual reasons for the split are resolved. It's these kinds of people I'd refer to as the "hipster" type, being different for the sake of being different. Of course, no hipster will confess this, but will hold tight to the (typically) moral high ground arguments, dismissing all others as minor details compared to them.How is the one avoiding systemd the hipster? Those jumping on the systemd-bandwagon are the hipsters.