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    So we don’t need m:tier anymore? Nice!

    OpenBSD has changed a lot recently, with the recent additions of virtualization, removal of old architectures, and now, the official binary patches.

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      No kidding. It seems like OpenBSD has made lots of great improvements (especially in terms of usability, and ripping out cruft) lately – pledge, doas, network perf improvements, vmm, and now binary patching. I even recall hearing a while back that smp locks have been pushed further down, and better multicore performance is on the horizon somewhere.
      Super excited to see where OpenBSD goes next.

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      I realise OpenBSD is by developers for developers, but I consider this a fairly important step that might enable users who are not experienced sysadmins or developers.