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whosaysni
ashugg
Erik
xhae
daniellindsley
larry
jcarbaugh
tpherndon
ntoll
macmichael01
bitprophet
otherchirps
tlesher
claytron
floyd
brosner
gklein
foomor
bkmontgomery
cstejerean
Kanru
jma
Josh
brutasse
ranman
nsmgr8
CerealBoy
mikl
williamcomartin
thaostra
eddymul
bocke
whosaysni - 25 years
ashugg - 1 years
Erik - 20 years
xhae - 6 years
daniellindsley - 18 years
larry - 17 years
jcarbaugh - 3 years
tpherndon - 3 years
ntoll - 2 years
macmichael01 - 16 years
bitprophet - 4 years
otherchirps - 2 years
tlesher - 3 years
claytron - 15 years
floyd - 14 years
brosner - 14 years
gklein - 14 years
foomor - 1 years
bkmontgomery - 2 years
cstejerean - 2 years
Kanru - 13 years
jma - 13 years
Josh - 12 years
brutasse - 12 years
ranman - 11 years
nsmgr8 - 1 years
CerealBoy - 3 years
mikl - 10 years
williamcomartin - 3 years
thaostra - 9 years
eddymul - 9 years
bocke - 6 years
1993–
I love it!
1997
I tried it, didn't like the OS so much or the community.
1998–
2000–
2000–2005
2001–2003
2001–2003
FreeBSD powered the web server I ran from my bedroom during college.
2001–
2002–2005
Have tinkered with FBSD for very limited periods throughout the mid 2000s. Definitely the most desktop friendly of the BSD family.
2002–2003
Ran it "for fun" during my MSc
2002–
2003–
Where I learned how to administer a machine :)
2003–2004
2003–2005
Flirted with it for a while because its ACPI drivers supported my horribly broken laptop better than the Linux kernel did.
2004–
Played around with FreeBSD on old hardware in spare time.
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2004
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2004–2005
Spent about a year trying freebsd as a desktop os.
2005–2006
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2007
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2008–
My favourite server OS.
2008–2010
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2009–
Liked it more than Debian because of the community and thorough documentation, along with a well thought-out package and ports system. Still, it doesn't seem to fit as a desktop.
2009–2011
2012–
I've dabbled.
FreeNAS is more than a little awesome.

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