Ok this may seem too radical an idea but I'm gonna put it out there. As many people know not all of can put the amount of money we want into creating new modules and many custom jobs never make it onto the market (which is perfectly fine). So here's the idea. The ability to be able to crowd fund a NEW module that is approved by the UNA crowd funders and UNA team.
1.) UNA member pitches an idea for module
2.) UNA developers decide if module is doable
3.) UNA developers decide timeframe, and costs.
4.) UNA member can pitch the suggestion, the cost, and time frame PUBLICLY with how many funders needed and amount each needs to donate. (Must be equal amounts).
5.) Once amount is reached and approved by UNA developers, work can begin on the modules and when finished the funders will each receive a copy of the custom module.
UNA developers could even add a membership level that people could subscribe to in order to have the option to become funders. Modules would have to be fully understood of their capabilities and a signed acknowledgement before everyone releases funding. Must also include questions that are able to be answered by either developers or other funders and Devs must provide timeline updates. Two timelines must be provided. One is the expected and another is the delayed maximum date.
Think of Kickstarter but just with modules and better transparency.