Hello, and welcome to something that I'm very excited about. Decentralization, and I think for the first time it's being done well enough I'm jumping on board full throttle.
It's difficult for me to say what hasn't already been said, I want to regurgitate what I understand from the WOOF paper. READ IT! We're talking true democratization of power, decentralization to avoid corruption from the few with power in a centralized body and lastly but not least FUN!
So read the paper, give me feedback on what you'd like to see and I'll do my best to implement it.