Thanks, I think that what I envision for the adoption of this is that it would start to run on all servers with links to run the sites on IPFS and that people could use the IPFS links for references in academic articles or to share with friends. The important part is that we start to automatically load the content to the IPFS network. As far as the client adoptions I think we need to develop more add-ons to make systems automatically boot with IPFS running, and redirect to the local gateway or at least a public gateway. Ultimately IPFS needs to be integrated into various OS's but in order to get there, I think that IPFS needs to become a one-click install to run the daemon on boot and auto-redirect links in browsers, so the adoption can grow rapidly.
Because of your comment and others, I have decided that it would be best to move the project to open source so that it is accessible to more people no cost. I also have worked on a web base IFPS manager that runs entirely on the client side to examine your IPFS nodes.
If anyone is interested in contributing to these projects feel free to check out my git repos, https://github.com/jlubbers08/IPFS-Bridge, https://github.com/jlubbers08/IPFS-UX.
A running version of the IPFS UX is available at http://ipfs.jefflubbers.com