David Gwynne got involved in unixish systems in 2000 when he needed it at home for his coursework and as a way to share his net connection. After deciding he wasn't smart enough to understand the documentation in Linux he settled on OpenBSD. Since that beginning he has worked in development and system administration roles and has pushed for the use of BSD operating systems and software wherever possible. In 2004 he was given commit access to the OpenBSD tree after working on USB2 support.
He is now working for the University of Queensland in Australia as a Systems Programmer. Unfortunately he is unable to spend much time on BSD software at work since it doesn't require as much attention as everything else in the machine room. He tries to make up for this in his spare time and works on improving hardware support.