Hmmm. I doubted that, so I did a quick google search.
If i combine bsd and x.org I get much more recent page, some of them with content indicating
x.org is being used.
When combining bsd and xfree86 I get many more hits, but most of them from the xfree86 web
site, and also usually older hits.
- when searching the openbsd web site faqs, x.org is mentioned in many places. not so xfree
- on the apple web site is said that X on OSX is x.org based
- from the freebsd wiki we can see that x.org is the default since about a year (but xfree is
- Similarely netbsd build system explains about x.org, but mentions that xfree can also be
From all that I gather xfree usage is being dropped from the bsd community in favor of x.org.