Who should consider using BSD over Linux and why?

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  • uacme

    ACMEv2 client written in plain C with minimal dependencies (by ndilieto)

    Hmm .... not sure i'd necessarily say that's where i'm coming from. i'd be happy with a mix'n'match OS if most of the individual components were created and maintained with thought and care. (As distinct from e.g. "Over the last couple of weekends I learned Rust, and here's my first full program, an encrypted chat server. Enjoy!") Like, SQLite is not maintained by the OpenBSD project, but i believe it's generally considered to be a high-quality codebase. And i recently started using uacme on my server; i don't feel competent enough in C to comment directly on the quality of the codebase, but this and this indicate to me that the author has a clue (and in fact, i feel confident that they have far more of a clue than i do).

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