I think my answer is not that outlandish given the community.
In my experience people writing OCaml code care about correctness and effectiveness more than normal folk and quickly become dissatisfied with the jobs the standard operating environment systems are “supposed” to do for them.
Run OCaml apps on fleets of servers long enough and you start wondering at what point in the future you can replace some crappy Linux daemon you depend on with some OCaml code. Or when your Linux init program will be the path to your OCaml app. Or when the day you can move your OCaml app into ring 0 is and delete the Linux kernel