Now count your *BSD system with the *BSDStats project



This is a new project to show hardware vendors (and for other new users) that there are a lot of BSD users out there. 😀

From the site home page, “The mission of this site is to compile semi-accurate numbers for advocacy and marketing of the *BSD operating systems.

More specifically, we are trying to demonstrate to hardware and software vendors out there that *BSD should be viewed as a serious operating system, not just as a hobbyist system, for support (ie. hardware drivers) purposes.

We are designing the system so that FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, and DragonFlyBSD can participate and benefit.”

=> Visit bsdstats.org for more information. (via OsNews)

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