I just watched a funny South Park episode about World of Warcraft. In it, the boys need to kill a countless amount of (virtual) boars in order to become strong enough to save the World (of Warcraft).
That got me to thinking about what Linux and OSS needs a lot of right now. We've got super smart people, and great software. But to pull it all together, it'll require killing a lot of boars.
That means there needs to be better documentation (even if only consolidating wisdom that's scattered across forums), more polish, and other generally "un-fun" stuff. I've done a lot of work with printers. Considering I don't personally own a printer, that is killing a boar. Nevertheless, the printer languages, performance, and whatnot still need to be documented.
Essentially, to bring Linux to the big time, we're all going to have to kill some boars.