So while we're all going "let's revamp things", one area I see as a big ... area ... is to separate what is a fast & dirty "snack" vs various kinds of really hard things the user had no idea of.
I have to take an example, so let's borrow from this one:
(In the good of DC!)https://www.donation...ex.php?topic=41478.0
"I would like to find or request a program that will display a name in the context menu. It doesn't have to do anything other then say, Yes include this in the context menu and provide a name. I need a pair for the ALL Files (*) key, a pair for the Folder key, a pair for the Directory key, and perhaps just one for the All File and Folder Objects key as I only need to see the start of these menu items. It is all the same program but each one is compiled with a different menu name"
Summary is, it's "harder than it looks" and ((Oh how my that's bitten me!)).
I'm totally out of my depth but for ex that stopped being a Snack at some point.
I think we should work on that, because at reduced DC rates, there are profound things that can happen once the *user* shows he/she is committed a bit, because to me that's the signal bit lacking, not raw price but as noted earlier, spam "can you do X" and never appearing again.
Somewhere in there, I'd give a few of you $10 to do a few things but it works (unassumedly but let's tighten it a bit) I'm a DC Top 17 regular.