When I install Fedora 13 and reboot, firstboot starts, and asks me some questions.
I answer each question, and click through to the next. Firstboot disappears and I wonder if something went wrong.
I wonder if it would be a good idea to provide feedback to the user to confirm that firstboot had completed before continuing with the boot sequence?
In general, people do not like these sorts of confirmation screens. They feel that once they've gotten to the end of the important tasks, there's nothing left for them to do so showing an additional screen is more of an annoyance than anything.
I can understand that. That group included me until I wondered if firstboot had crashed.
What can be changed on the final screen to make it clear that the user is done?