Ian Darwin runs BSD

I discovered OpenBSD years ago and have run it on my laptop, desktops, and server(s) ever since. The number of softwares for which I need to boot into a proprietary OS is small and continues to shrink. OpenBSD is a “real Unix” similar to the ones I met at University, it is minimalist, it doesn’t randomly accept every contribution without regard for quality and consistency, but does change coherently, with a reasonable (six month) release cycle, and in time to keep up with (and often ahead of) the threats of a hostile internet. I’ve since contributed some ports and for a long time helped run GTABUG. I can not imagine making any other OS my main squeeze anytime soon.

11 Jan 2020

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