Overwriting volume label is ugly and unpolite, specially when new label is the same for all created drives.
a 49k Universal-USB_Installer copyright
Wow, at 80 characters per line and 60 lines per page, that's more than 10 pages, seems a bit
I look at the overwriting of USB label as a positive thing.
Really? I'm pretty sure that if you had set your machine up to automatically perform certain operations
base on the label of a connected USB device, you would change your mind, especially if you had two
of them plugged in at the same time. Of course you could always switch over to using UUID, but as
bmarkus points out:
Also, reduction of your freedom. And technical wise comletely unnecessary.
Besides, using a UUID is a good way to get people to conform to the way a machine does things,
using a label is a good way to get a machine to conform to the way a person does things.
If something truly requires a UUID, blkid is capable of providing that information. It's about choice.