In that context, we also struggled somewhat with regards to varying expectations from a mixed group of stakeholders across the community, the broader ecosystem, 0x Labs, and even amongst ourselves. For example, we became aware that even though we were seeing our work as somewhat bound and focused, others may have been expecting a much more robust and expansive portfolio of responsibilities including broad DAO "management" functions. As a small team with only one full-time person, context switching, remaining current, and depth of knowledge for diverse subjects is challenging. Technical engineering, in particular, continues to be a difficult area to maneuver as deep protocol technical knowledge resides mostly in 0x Labs, which makes it hard for us to lead or even scope protocol engineering work. That said, we are actively working to find ways to improve this situation so that we can expand the developer ecosystem and the number and types of projects building on 0x.