Distrowatch has an interview with Eric Turgeon, GhostBSD‘s founder, and a review of this FreeBSD/Gnome based desktop operating system.

“The PC-BSD project brings a user-friendly pre-configured KDE desktop to the FreeBSD community. Which is all well and good, but what if you’re more of a GNOME person? Well, it turns out there is a project in the works for you too. The GhostBSD project is in its early stages, but it’s paving the way for users who enjoy running GNOME on a FreeBSD base without any configuring or installing extra software. I had a chance to exchange emails with Eric Turgeon, the project’s founder and lead developer.”

Head over to the interview and the review of GhostBSD: First look at GhostBSD