Contributed by Dengue on from the my-mac-is-sexy,-how-'bout-yours dept.
"Are people actually using these platforms? Should the OpenBSD team keep spending development time, resources and CDROM space on them? Or should the resources be focused on higher performance platforms?
If you are using a Mac68k or Amiga with OpenBSD, what are you doing with it? Are you finding things the Mac68k/Amiga does better for you than other platforms, or are you using your Mac/Amiga because it is your Mac/Amiga? Or because it is something other than the ever-present i386 platform?"
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