I think PC-BSD's next release should be an inerin bugfixing release.
Version 0.76 should take care of a growing number of minor bugs that are very annoying and may drive away many newbies. PC-BSD is still a child but with every new release we are being tested by a bigger number of people.
If we want to please these people and increase our comunity as well as the number of testers we should finish the instalation procedure and try to fix the installation bugs. Nothing is worse to our reputation than one more person "trolling" (not to offend the ones not satisfied and not trolling) on forums around the net about PC-BSD not even instaling on sistems that have had FreeBSD installed.
OK, maybe three more functions should be included in a 0.76 release:
-Internet connection setup
-Keyboard region layout settings
-XF86Config file with all the resolutions (see post here: http://www.pcbsd.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=535
) and auto detection of correct vertical/horizontal refresh rates
But that would be it! I would like to see full concentration on fixing the installation bugs and unfinished features so we can move on to more important thinks knowing our OS instals on every refrigerator out there.
I hate reading posts from people saying they cant install. You know why, because it is still true...
This is constructive criticism, not trolling.