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Old 24th June 2012
stan98765 stan98765 is offline
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Smile Will OpenBSD fork hurt development?

Hello OpenBSD friends,

I have used and purchased OpenBSD since the earliest OpenBSD version 3.4. It is a well designed OS and I support Theo's Strict and Secure philosophy for his OpenBSD Project.

This is my Question? Is the OpenBSD Fork to Bitrig going to effect the continued development of Theo's original OpenBSD platform? Is there less OpenBSD Developers now coding for the project?

There are some articles out there about the fork of OpenBSD that seem for imply that KEY Developers have move to Bitrig development. I am somewhat confused about that.

I really HOPE that the OpenBSD Project isn't hurt by this fork. Keep up the Good Work Theo and your Co-Developers. Thank you for any comments.

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