Marco Peereboom got involved with Open Source UNIXi in '96. After
years of patching and hacking he decided to look for alternatives
that suited his needs better and became interested in the OpenBSD
project in 2001. After working on fixing up the SCSI mid-layer and
working on mpt(4) he ended up as a committer on all things SCSI. He
now works all over the tree scratching whatever itches.
He works for a large computer manufacturer in central Texas as a Sr.
engineer where he has held several software and hardware development
positions. His work has been concentrated on a wide range of server
and storage products. In his spare time he enjoys hacking the
OpenBSD kernel around a busy social schedule.