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FreshBSD is developed and hosted by Thomas Hurst.
I'm a 36 year old guy from the north-east of England who's used FreeBSD professionally for the better part of a decade, most notably when co-running the Newzbin Usenet search engine during its glory days.
I don't have a good recent pic of myself, so here's a nice shot of Zara.
FreshBSD currently lives on a server sitting in my loft - a 144GB dual six-core Xeon L5639, running FreeBSD 10-STABLE/amd64, 960GB of ZFS-mirrored SSD main drives plus 8.1TB of ZFS RAID-10 bulk storage. It's proxied through a Portfast KVM VPS running FreeBSD 10.0-RELEASE/amd64.