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The best BSD desktop experience will be difficult for Ghost... to execute in the shadow of DesktopBSD. The sheer stabilty, boot up time, hardware optimization, hardware detection was so far ahead of it's time, it's not easy not to lament, and wonder, where would DesktopBSD be today? Image a modern one based on FreeBSD 10.0 or Bitrig? As good as the merits of FreeBSD might be, as a base. I'm not convinced that it's the optimal choice for GhostBD's future. kFreeBSd is so much faster than FreeBSD it would appear that the offspring sprang past the master. Being that other aspiring projects are offering cross platform software support as well as a plethora of repositories that support multiple extensions, I think the time has come for GhostBSD to be bolder and utilize kFreeBSD as base. Packaged with Mate, GhostBSD would be capable of accessing both Debian and FreeBSD packages. Of-course, that would consist of putting back Wifimgr and the rest of that BSD good stuff and if the kitchen ain't too hot, one can add access to NetBNetBSD repositories, too.

Almost forgot, what happened to Gnome-Mplayer being the default media player?
It's way better than VLC

***Excuse the writing, this was done on small screen cell phone.

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