I heard "BSD is for people who love Unix, and Linux for people who hate Microsoft" and "BSD is designed, Linux is grown.". That made me interested in BSD, first, and then in OpenBSD.
Currently I'm reading Absolute OpenBSD. I have donated to the OpenBSD Foundation, and I have migrated my personal server to OpenBSD. So far I'm delighted, from the first instant (afterboot(8)) everthing feels simple, designed, documented: doas(1), sendbug(1), acme-client(1), etc.
I've never read a man page before, but now in OpenBSD I read all of them! My journey is still at its beginning but I hope to get far: I started with my server and the next objective is to completely move my desktop setup (ThinkPad T480 with Arch/i3/Emacs) to OpenBSD.
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P.S. Thanks to @romanzolotarev for his tweets, that have led me here!
13 Aug 2018
RunBSD is maintained by Mischa Peters and Roman Zolotarev.