One reason why I maintain this blog is to do some advocacy for FreeBSD - attempt to spread the word about new developments and generally promote it.
It's not an easy job as the system constantly struggles for popularity aside the much more popular Linux (and on the other side - older Unixes and Windows). I've accidentally come across this page on www.freebsd.org listing some popular FreeBSD users but I think it badly needs updating.
Are you a big FreeBSD user? Working in an organization which uses FreeBSD on a larger scale? Write about it here (in comments)! No need to mention details if you think they are confidential!
There are of course some "canonical" big FreeBSD users, but I wonder if there are more? It looks like it there may be some big FreeBSD installations in Eastern Europe and Russia (judging from postings on forums and mailing lists) but apparently they don't advertise it much (I might be wrong).
As for myself, I'm also in Eastern Europe and have spread FreeBSD on a scale I could - mostly in the academic and government environments but the number of separate installations is around 20-30, which I'd consider "small" on a global scale.
I'll make a patch for the page if there are any interesting comments here!
Update: luckily, one of the first posts mentioned the Commercial Vendors page and the whole "Vendors" section of the web - so it might in addition to all I said: check that page to see if you are listed! :)
Update 2: thank you for all your reports! But could you make them in a form which is quotable on a web page or in documentation? For example: start with the description (and a name if possible) of your company, describe in short what the company does and what you use FreeBSD for, why do you like it, and if possible end with a recommendation. For a very funny and unrelated random googled example of what I mean, see here! :)