I don't really have any requests for additional packages. SBo takes care of most of that for me, and what it doesn't, I can create my own packages.
But I listen around, and what I hear from a lot of people is that they like to deploy sudu Linux because their semi-computer-literate users or staff can have a familiar experience out of the box with apps that are akin in nature to what they're used to.
For me, I find that concept rather repulsive. If I want a wYNd0z3 like experience then I'll fire up wYNd0z3.
That having been said, two things come to mind:
The first item, again, is a non-issue for me. I just go and get it as part of my standard setup.
The second item, would make things a bit more streamlined for those folks who feel that a potential Linux convert needs a "Familar" experience.
Well wait a minute. Maybe I'd rather see Dovecot instead of UofW.
Yeah, I think I would prefer that.
Oh, and one more thing... I think we should dump MySQL and have MariaDB as part of the base instead.
The nice part about that is, that no one would even know it unless they looked under the hood - I despise EllisonCo.
I hope that helps