You could add a

vote the numbers question into the dash budget, asking all the masternodes about the date they prefer the UTAH conference to occur. You will select that way the perfect date, the date where the majority of the masternodes can participate, so your conference will have the greatest success possible.

I am talking about

**a vote_the_numbers** **simulation of a** **doodle** **meeting event** (look at

this video where a blonde amanda-oid explains what doodle is).

**In its simplicity, you simply define 9 possible dates and ask the masternodes to vote the number they prefer (from 0 to 8) where each number corresponds to a meeting date. **The individuals who control more than one masternodes, can obviously vote more than one preferred numbers (so this method is considered as an accurate doodle simulation only for the dolphins/whales, while the shrimps can vote only one date).

For 9 possible dates you need 2 budget proposals to implement the BASE3 numerical system, so it will cost you 2 dash proposal fee. For 27 possible dates, 3 dash proposal fee. If you like more accuracy, you can also define a date range, and let the masternodes vote within that date range by allowing them as much granularity as you can afford to pay. Finally for a cheap solution that offers more granularity, you may also use the BASE4 system.

Are you capable to design the above vote_the_numbers doodle question by yourself?

If you cannot, maybe

@xkcd has the incentive to help you design the doodle question.

Or, would you like me to

help you

design it?