NB: writing articles on "treating non-Linux operating systems as second-class citizens" doesn't count! :)
Would be actually interesting to know why move from Linux to BSD (I suppose that the author isn't prone to "linux sux freebsd is tru unix" meme), *and* to moan subsequently on it lagging behind.
When we prepared our yearly FLOSS conference six years ago, some of local *bsd folks moaned that there were too few *bsd reports, and that Tux-branded packets for papers which were printed and generally available then are unacceptable (reminds me of "political correctness"). They were advised to, well, bring in reports, and take care of funding and printing custom packets. They organized a "registration" flashmob tagged "OSDN is not Linux" instead...
So my suggestion stays the same: either help or don't pop up.