I love the idea, but don’t see why this doesn’t fall under a SNAC initiative. If onchain funding vs. foundation funding is the issue I could understand that. Seems to me like there is some unwillingness to work with the Awareness Committee.
Three months is a very long time commitment for an initiative that’s highly experimental. I would be all for funding something reasonable as an experiment; whether it be a SNAC or on-chain proposal.
It shouldn’t take more than a week to gather volunteers to hit a selected city, and then would require them to hit the streets for a few hours. I would just like to see a reasonable pilot program before shelling out tens of thousands of dollars for something that could have little impact.
The budget for items is 100% legit. The project lead commitment seems overstated. The need for a whole website is unknown (just create a trackable link for the QR code), 53 campaigns seems like a lot. I would vote yes if there was a one month trial run with slightly reduced project lead compensation, no full blown website, and less campaigns. Overall I like the idea. If this saw some traction I would support expansion into a full blown website and more cool bells and whistles.