Hi Dash Community! This is Tony...you might remember me from a pretty popular project we did together, the Dash Expansion of the Lula Bowl, at Skatopia. Your (our? I've hodl'd a little since Darkcoin, so I feel like "our" might apply ) community sponsored a more than one week event with bands, bon fires, flame throwers, fireworks, food concessions, skate competitions, and most importantly, Dash tutorials and giveaways. We gave discounts for things in Dash, gave away Dash to people who needed water, etc. Although the weather made things difficult, we did finish the project, and the park enjoys the Dash Expansion to the Lula Bowl complex to this day. I go there regularly, being a good friends with some of the people who live there, and people come from all over the world. I talk to them about various things, but they call me to come over when people inquire about crypto and Dash (seeing the signs that still hang, that the community sponsored), and I usually oblige, coming over and explaining all I can. The project led to more conversations on crypto than I ever had before, by far. However, I long wondered, "how do I know if this project created positive value for Dash?" I mean, I believe it did, absolutely, especially long term, with all the conversations the Dash stencils painted in the bowl and the various signs hanging around the park create...but how do I really know? It so happens I might know someone who can help with just this issue, assuming you geniuses (not sarcasm) haven't figured it out already, and I'm just late and wasting time (lol). I have a close family friend who partly raised me, as a second mother, and she happens to be the "Controller" (in charge of the money) for a software development company called Level 7. She introduced me to a developer at the company, Josh. Josh and I had an interesting meeting while I was in Cleveland for a friend's funeral. Josh develops tools, apps, etc., to track spending by non-profits, like charities. They use several metrics, which he would be far better at explaining than I, which tell them not only which spending projects are the best relative to one another, but also track these things by location (the country it occurs in), for still more relative comparison. I am thinking of traveling back to my hometown, Cleveland, soon, and meeting with Josh again. I was wondering, is this a project Dash might be interested in? I'd hate to waste a lot of his time, or mine. It is a lot of travel, as I live at the bottom of the State now, and of course Cleveland is at the very top. However, I am willing to do it, given I can afford to, if later something comes to fruition which might make the whole thing worth it. At this time when a bear market has wiped out over 90% of peak valuations, I realize spending is tight, and only the best projects should be considered. But by what metric do we make such determinations? It seems entirely subjective, until some objective criteria is implemented in relative rating system of some sort. Maybe you already have, and I am not up on events...but, if not, I humbly submit to you that more information on which projects are achieving what, is a good thing. If this is something you'd be interested in, as a community, then I will meet with Josh and Lisa (the "Controller") and start getting details on metrics, timelines, a bid price, etc. If you guys remember my last proposal, you'll know I will write an EXTREMELY detailed pre-proposal, and propsal after these meetings. I got a ton of compliments on my proposals last time out, and will seek to even beat my last effort. Lastly, while there, I will get some video of their offices...totally cool place...quotes by philosophers on the walls every time you turn a corner, toys everywhere, very laid back workplace (one of the owners and I talked briefly about philosophy, Bakunin being particularly discussed, actually)...very talented developers, in my non-expert opinion. So, what do you guys think?