OpenBSD 6.3 has been released some days ago. This server currently
runs OpenBSD 6.2, so it's time to upgrade.
And that's a problem. Quite frankly, I'm too lazy. I'm spoiled. Arch
Linux with its rolling release model has such wunderful upgrade paths.
You rarely have to worry about something.
But now with OpenBSD, it is work. That's a bit annoying and I don't
know yet what I'm going to do. I'm thinking about switching the server
back to Arch Linux (which worked fine for years -- yes, on a server),
but on the other hand: OpenBSD is a pretty nice system and I'd like to
keep it. So, maybe, yes, I'll just do that extra work on every release