What? Windows? No, we broke up a long time ago. You knew that was never going to go anywhere, right? Everybody knew that, but I owed somebody a favor… anyway, that’s the past, baby.
So as long as we’re catching up, I’ve got this new project going, growing plants. I hear you have a bit of a green thumb yourself?
Listen, I have to run for a bit, but maybe I can Twitter you sometime?
I couldn’t stay away. OpenBSD just offers so much: a highly-audited base operating system, and a well-organized setup that just makes sense for sysadmins and hackers alike. So when my new virtual machine lab at home needed a host for a low-interaction honeypot setup, I immediately realized that it provided the perfect setup.
And honestly, who doesn’t love an update process that involves recompiling the entire operating system — kernel and userland?!