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ashugg
tpherndon
ntoll
shywolf9982
bitprophet
nsmgr8
d3f3nd3r
DataShed
thaostra
ashugg - 20 years
tpherndon - 3 years
ntoll - 16 years
shywolf9982 - 1 years
bitprophet - 4 years
nsmgr8 - 1 years
d3f3nd3r - 11 years
DataShed - 8 years
thaostra - 8 years
1998–
OpenBSD vs NetBSD? Boring.
2001–2003
2002–
Still have it on a partition so I can keep up-to-date with the project.
2003–2006
Firewall usage as well as a year or two of Web server usage. Secure as all get out, but with the expected usage trade-off in terms of easily available packages, community documentation, etc. Still, it had a very well engineered feel that Linux continues to lack to some degree.
2003
I installed it once, then was like "why bother, I have bazillions of packages on other BSD"
2006
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2010–
Excellent focus on security, but not ideal as a desktop.
2010–

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