7. We need ratings of open projects (in fact, it’s only open projects that can be evaluated objectively). Do you remember the economist George Akerlof and his 1970 work about the "peach and lemon market" on the example of used cars? If the buyer (investor / sponsor) does not have enough expertise to evaluate the product (project), then the quality of the product inevitably falls: the seller puts up only "lemons", that is, worse goods, because the buyer can’t distinguish them from the “peaches”. Open evaluation is a prerequisite for good quality projects to obtain funding and public attention.