We are having some internal discussions about the future of DesktopBSD with the developers team, and I want to start gradually opening to the public some of the issues we're going to be talking about as we decide on the long-term vision for the OS. What does "Desktop" in DesktopBSD mean to you? Is the classic desktop metaphor from the 90s still relevant today? Have today's touch-based (and now wearable) devices changed your idea of what to expect from a desktop-centered computing device? What attracted you to DesktopBSD when it first came out? Are those expectations different today? This is not just about casting a vote for a specific existing desktop environment. Perhaps you think none of the currently available "desktops" are satisfying; if that's the case, what high-level concepts do you think are missing in existing products, and where should the "desktop" go next, in this OS and others? There are no right or wrong answers here. This is simply to kick off the discussion and generate ideas.