Just an observer from afar here wishing you guys lots of luck and hoping for your success. After giving this thread a quick read, I would like to share this link https://ico.red-lang.org/ with you guys. There are some great ideas in the whitepaper found therein. Community building around a programming language is of paramount importance, and that is something we all agree on. Take a look at their whitepaper if you haven’t yet, and even if most of their ideas do not map to Luna 1:1, they are still great ideas that might hopefully inspire you to construct the community-driven business model Luna needs while adhering to the disruptive incoming technology of valuation of digitized assets and services (for instance, community-driven asset generation encouraged by LUA tokens–you guys can have that token name for free, my gift). I for one used to work at a consulting company and developed analytical workflows in Alterix for business analysts who did not write code. Indeed, Alterix is some impressive and very expensive software. Luna is sure to become a more powerful, flexible, and inexpensive solution for such a scenario, and I would surely develop great packages for it. Wishing you guys the best of luck!