The recommended desktop OS section only lists Linux distributions.
I wonder if there is a reason why the BSDs (FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD) are not mentioned? They are all FOSS, don’t have any privacy issues and probably have a reasonable level of security (especially OpenBSD and HardenedBSD).
Is it because they are relatively hard to use for a beginner? But so are Arch and NixOS and they’re listed - and newbie distros like Mint and Ubuntu are not listed because they have slow (“stable”) updates.
Is there any other reason why Linux is preferable to BSD from a privacy point of view? Or the other way round: is there anything where the BSDs are “more private” than Linux?