[$] Crowding out OpenBSD

Unix as a whole predates Linux by many years, and even the rather younger
BSD variant was well into its teens by the time Linus released his first
kernel. BSD networking defined and enabled the Internet. This illustrious
history notwithstanding, BSD has long since ceded the spotlight to Linux in
most settings. As Linux has come to dominate the free software development
world, the result has been some occasional
pain
for other operating system distributions. Now, as a recent
discussion on an OpenBSD mailing list shows, BSD developers are feeling
that pain in a heightened manner. This situation has some serious
implications.