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We should start to think what kind of projects should be funded with the worker proposal mechanism. Most of this money should go for public goods and other features that benefit the whole ecosystem.
Worker proposals shouldn't be used to subsidies for individual businesses. They need to get their own funding from somewhere else.
To start the discussion, I'll list some of my ideas. All of these are not pure public goods. They could be created and run by private organizations or individuals. If that seems to be happening, it's not necessary to use worker funds for those projects. And of course, Block.one might do some of these, too. I'll guess that Block.one won't ask for money for their development efforts, at least in the beginning, because they have raised so much money from investors and profited from the token sale.
Some of these might be also very good learning projects for new developers who want to get familiar with EOS and show what they can do.
Please add your own ideas here, too. If you want to actually start doing something to implement a particular idea, you should probably open a new topic for it.
When evaluating an idea, please try to think if it's going to add benefits for the whole ecosystem (instead of a small group of users). It's also important to think how much it makes sense to spend on a particular feature (is it worth the money that developers are asking for implementing it).