I would like to run OpenBSD on the Raspberry Pi.
I understand, sympathize, and accept your decision to avoid that platform, but what would you recommend as a stable substitute?
The BeagleBone Black seems like the endorsed alternative, although there were stability warnings until recently. The current status reads: "There are generally still a fair number of things to do on each of these boards, however OpenBSD is generally considered to be usuable on them. The platform is now self hosting, however there is no SMP support."
Would you point OpenBSD users interested in this hardware class at the BeagleBone Black? Any other advice? SLC media preference?
TI has announced that it is discontinuing the OMAP line. Will Beagle move to another ARM licensee, and does that matter much for OpenBSD?