Quote Originally Posted by TechMage89 View Post
Sure, NetBSD moves slowly, and yes, some things could *definitely* use improvement (why in the world do they not have DRM modesetting yet?), but there are some definite advantages to NetBSD, namely, clean, portable, simple code. Maybe the project needs a good fork right now, but it seems a shame to let quality code like that rot, and NetBSD is still in common use (embedded Apple products, NASA, etc) where a simple OS is needed for something that needs to be reliable.
I know that NetBSD used to have a great reputation for its portability.
But isn't Linux even more portable than NetBSD these days?

Yeah, it would be a shame to let quality code rot.
I hope the best of NetBSD could be pushed to FreeBSD, OpenBSD, DragonFlyBSD and Linux.