Describe FreeBSD's virtual memory in memory(7) This manual page is based on the Memory article from our wiki: https://wiki.freebsd.org/action/recall/Memory
First of all: big thanks for creating this man page. I think it is good to have for non-developers and eventually moving the info out of the wiki into a man page.
I'd like to add a few more people (i.e. the ones who edited that wiki page) to get more technical review. I'm also adding John Baldwin who did the tech review for the "Absolute FreeBSD 3rd edition" book, since there are a couple of places where memory is described in lay-mans terms (i.e. the top section). Together with the others, we could fill in some gaps that might be there or add some more explanations when needed.
s/for non-developer audience/for a non-developer audience/
"Scans check" sounds wrong here (it's from the original). I think it should just be "check" or even "checks" since the scan is appearing again at the end of the sentence.
Thanks for doing this, greatly appreciated! May I also suggest we add how do FreeBSD memory terms correlate and/or can be translated for those coming from GNU/Linux (their top(1) reports total, used, free, and buffers) or Windows environments (reserved vs. committed, see this question). This would make porting software that wants to obtain memory status much easier.