1. For more archives and institutions to digitize their collections and make them freely available (searchable indexes would be nice too) --- but I think this is right up there with 'peace on earth'.
2. For someone to write a browser extension or even better a customized program that is part web browser, part database for genealogical notes (my suggested name for it is "Wikitree Enhanced Browser" or WEB for short) - Let's say I am using the proposed WEB program, which has two 'modes': researching and writing. In researching 'mode' I am viewing a source document on some webpage - without needing to switch windows I hit a button and it records url, accessdate, and pre-populates as much of the citation as it can from a webpages metadata - another button allows me an option to capture a 'screenshot' of the browser content which is then filed (on the local harddrive) with a meaningful name related to it's source (ideally the source could be appended to the bottom of the image). There would be a small table to note individual 'factoids' in 4 fields: 1) Item - the specific item in the source (a page, entry no, or other description); 2) subject - name of the individual the fact pertains to 3) fact type - dropdown list (name, birth, marriage, death, residence, occupation, etc) but user can enter things not in the list. 4) The fact itself. The database stores these 'factoids' on the local computer in a simple database. The 'writing' mode would allow you to select a subject from your database which would bring up all the 'factoids' related to a specific name - when you 'drag and drop' a factoid into the browser window it would drop a skeleton sentence in the form: [persons] [fact type] was recorded as [fact]. <ref>[item] in [source]</ref> - it could even automatically capture what profile-ID a specific factoid was dropped on. Obviously the user can edit/clean-up the sentence and sourcing once it is on the profile. All your research about an individual on-screen right next to the profile you are writing/editing for ease of reference.