An attempt to roll a NetBSD desktop.
I have always been attracted to NetBSD for some unknown reason. I am not saying it's the best BSD distro, it just seems to have a magnetic pull on me. Consequently, I want to make a good desktop experience with a solid operating system under the hood.
I am not an expert, but I am willing to dig in, willing to learn and willing to listen to sound advice. I do not feel that everything needs to be "invented here." I am more than willing to rip-off good ideas.
I am not a NetBSD zealot. I am NetBSD enthusiasts. I will not bash Windows or scoff at any distro of Linux. I will, however, try to learn from them, borrowing the good ideas and avoiding painful ones.
I will also not try to make Infinity Windows-like, Mac-like or Linux-like; it will be NetBSD-like. Honestly, this may not be for everyone.
Roadmap and other misc things are on the wiki
I totally endorse their work and recommend you check them out. I do support them financially. I am not beneath kissing up to the GhostBSD folks. Yup I love GhostBSD!
The other major "kick in the pants" which I needed came from the author of OS108. Jay is a great guy and I would also recommend that you visit his github repo and an excellent forum he setup called UnitedBSD.