I appreciate OpenBSD for being reliable and unbloated. Also I get a warm fuzzy feeling knowing certain things are done correctly. For instance, when a service runs without unneeded priviliges and in a chroot “jail.” OpenBSD services generally run this way. But occasionally I want to run a service that is not yet packaged for the OS. Lately for me, most of those services are written in go. Because golang binaries are statically linked, it’s quite straightfoward to set up a chroot environment for them.