Raspberry Pi support.
Because this mini PC can run all the time and keep the freenet more stable with low energy consumption.
I'm surprised this hasn't happened already. If the Pi was supported, I was planning on giving a few pre-configured PIs to my friends.
This is a great idea, but you can get this done more easily if you decide to merge with GNU Net: http://freenet.uservoice.com/forums/8861-general/suggestions/4938948-merge-with-gnunet
Absolutely agree with this one. Raspberry PIs can run 24/7 with minimal operating cost. You need to support it.
Darth Webb commented
I have a small cluster of raspberry pi's, and would gladly run freenet on it if there was an installer for raspbian. But Java runs way too slow on pi computers and embedded devices, so you'll need a version written in a more portable and memory efficient language, like c++, lua, luajit, xbasic, gambas or python.