Well, is definitely arguable whether or not Traveller is considered proper OSR, and some people even argue against DCC's inclusion. Oh well! Who fucking cares?
OSR puts some lovely ideas out there, but I get the feeling that the movement is slowly losing steam. I see fewer new adventures and blog posts as time goes by. If I use forums as a guide, I'd say the peak of OSR interest was probably around 2012-2013, and I got on this train a little late. Not that I'm particularly dissuaded, but it's sort of disappointing to hear the air hissing out of the tire.
Maybe it doesn't really matter. OSR has contributed something extremely valuable to tabletop role-playing, and even if the "true" OSR community is waning, you can see its influence ripple outwards. The reprint of so many old titles and properties, as well as games like DCC that take a step forwards while being mindful of their roots...and the elephant in the room, 5e itself. Anyone who bothers to look can see OSR fully embedded in D&D 5e's DNA.
|OSR is all about pillaging lost treasures of the past|
I got off-topic! Let's talk about cool games!