On 3/4/07, Daniele Guazzoni <daniele dot guazzoni at gcomm dot ch> wrote:
> freeBSD-Current vs openBSD-Current is also unfair:
> you are not new to the BSD scene so you should know that openBSD will never be
> cutting-edge due to the code-review process.
Each of the OpenBSD releases have gradually increased in speed just
like most other open source operating systems have.
> Actually the fair comparison would be branch based.
Part of my point was if you are going to test the HEAD branch of
OpenBSD vs RELENG_6_* this is not a fair test. A fair test would be
OpenBSD-CURRENT vs. FreeBSD-CURRENT.