For those with a different keyboard layout – different than US English, I mean – and running xorg 1.20 or later: setxkbmap is the command you need.
DragonFly’s direct rendering has been updated to match Linux 4.12.15, which means improved support for a number of Intel processors.
If you have an Intel-based system and it has trouble reading some USB ports, or odd behavior with some virtual machines, this recent bugfix in DragonFly-current may help you. I know, my description is vague, but I haven’t encountered this directly.
Daniel Fojt has fixed something that has bothered me for years: you no longer need to manually create wlan interfaces; devd does it for you.
The serial port in DragonFly is now set by default to 115200, not 9600 as anyone over 40 probably has memorized (along with the numbers 640, 1024, and 4.3M).
If you want to work on Bluetooth on DragonFly, there’s more people adding to the bounty.
karu.pruun posted an answer on how to get DragonFly onto your GPT/EFI drive.
I didn’t read far enough ahead in my backlog, if that makes sense. i915 has another update, to 20160808.
If you’ve got a pcm audio device – and you probably do – and a headphone jack – ditto – this thread may help you find the right sysctl to enable it on DragonFly.