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abraham
    Is anyone using OpenBSD as their everyday/work OS?
    jnm
      @abraham I think @bcallah does, and I'm sure he can point you to others.
      bcallah
        @jnm @abraham I'm an OpenBSD developer. It's the only OS I use. What's up?
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        abraham
          @bcallah just thinking it might be time to switch to a more secure OS (currently mostly running OS X) and looking for common pitfalls that people switching run into.
          bcallah
            @abraham Hmm... it depends. It's been so long since I "switched." I think a lot of it is mindset. And how you want to proceed. Release/stable/current. I'm not actually home atm but feel free to pm or email (adn handle @openbsd.org) with questions.
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              raylai
                @abraham for the majority of people, their “OS” is the browser. So switching isn’t the ordeal it once was. Booting OpenBSD on a Mac does take extra steps due to EFI, though.
                raylai
                  @voidfiles I would love to know more about your plan 9 setup!
                  bcallah
                    @raylai I think I would agree to this for the most part, for most users. But OTOH, I've found the people of #ADN aren't most users, and that's were things like OpenBSD really shine. @abraham @charsplat
                    voidfiles
                      @raylai oh, sorry, I was joking.
                      raylai
                        @bcallah so what part are you disagreeing with? The EFI part? Or the browser is the OS part? @abraham @charsplat
                        raylai
                          @voidfiles You got me so excited for all the wrong reasons
                          bcallah
                            @charsplat If you're the IRC type and run into questions or anything, hop on to #devious (Freenode). A bunch of devs (including me) and power users hang out there.
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