ASX wrote:Thanks kraileth, your ranking looks fine to me.
By the way, EDE (Equinox Desktop Environment) is also a good candidate for a next minimal ISO.
I've been hesitant to propose this myself but now that you've done so: This would be awesome! FLTK is a great toolkit (I read in another thread that you like it, too) and I've used EDE since about 2012. I'm also in contact with EDE's programmer and I made the official binary packages for several Linux distros.
The only problem that EDE has IMO is that development is really slow... The next release has been delayed far longer than I like. But then again EDE works well just as it is currently even though there is a lot that could be improved. It works well on FreeBSD (I run it on one machine that I do my standby duty with, so that's important for me) and it has never failed me. Also the programmer is very open towards *BSD and not really happy with what happens in the mainstream Linux world.
In the past I've tried to build some kind of usable (Linux) distro with EDE and only FLTK based applications. Here is a list that I've compiled (it's an unexpectedly hard task to find all FLTK based applications): http://elderlinux.org/flapps/desktop.html
If we'd manage to put together a minimal DE with (mainly?) FLTK based applications for ultra light-weight computing that might be interesting for some people. The FLTK community is not THAT small actually and getting a bit of attention for GhostBSD (by doing something that not even one of the thousands of Linux distros has achieved, yet) wouldn't hurt either.
Should we seriously consider this, I'd switch my last vanilla FreeBSD laptop (on which I use EDE) over to that "GhostBSD mini" or whatever it might be called. So there would already be one regular user running it almost daily. There'd be one problem, though: It would be hard to explain the "g“ in GhostBSD in this case as it might be aiming to use as little GTK+ as possible!