Suggest to not divide *BSD into different churches.
There are less variants than Linux distros, and most traffic is not *BSD specific, but rather Xorg, applications or shell specific.
These threads you already have.
Suggest posters just specify the OS they are running on, current (specify) or release (number).
Many *BSD users multiboot UNIXes, *BSDs, Windows, OSX, ... aware of heterogenous networks.
Other people who can't dual boot, or startx, ... well ... this is not OS specific.
Unless there is a need to,
if it ain't broke, why fix it?
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