1. Ubuntu Phantom Mode
Would allow user to easily hide file system without having to encrypt harddrive.
(Relatively easy to implement considering how open the system already is to the outside world)
2. Milkdrop Modules plugin expander for Totem
A Project M synthesis with Totem for the ultimate Trance Album interactivity.
3. Wish Ubuntu would alert us if there any commands which change over each distribution,
A commands dictionary for the system which diffs Ubuntu commands from year to year would be a plus.
4. Drag and Drop — expanded system-wide
I know this sounds like asking for a trash can (We have one), but a uniform standard which allows projects to interact with each other would meet aspiration forUbuntu being a more welcoming graphical environment.
One of the bigger inovations in the world of Haiku OS right now, is replicants.
The ability to clone applications is nothing new. But there should be at very least a system-wide setting (How many copies of VLC do you really want to run?) and the problem does begin to describe the irritation.
Replicants in Haiku are rather positive, they can join the desktop as permanent features if you want and because the overhead is so low, you rather like leaving them there (never start-up an application ever again, why?).
u8untu suggestion – Add some pipes and a Mecano set for software emerges. Now this is intelligent. Wish we had the motion for evolution in Ubuntu.