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The OpenBSD Foundation has actually been one of the most receptive projects when it comes to software portability. Yes, they target OpenBSD first, but they provide compatibility shims for all other platforms. In general, their philosophy is that it's better to reuse tried and tested code, rather than reimplement poorly from scratch. And their politics reflect that.



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