It is my belief that we're going to be a Top 10 coin within a matter of weeks, if not a matter of days.
So that we are prepared to become and to continue to grow as a Top 10 coin, I want to suggest these priorities to our execs, and for discussion by the wider community.
What our network needs most is mining on a wide distribution of pools. I think we can most effectively further this aim by publishing open source pool software so that pool operators can focus on competing on reliability, service and price.
Currently a lot of pools are using the same software - a quick win would be to help pool operators to mod this software so it doesn't require passwords - then it can be launched from the GUI with zero-config.
Longer term, I think we want to review P2Pool as candidate for bundling with the GUI.
The most pressing priority is to gather all the information about the coin from every corner of the web, and present it, ordered and formatted on the official memorycoin.org website. We also need FAQs with separate pages for each answer. Usually we'll want our support staff to be able to 'answer by URL' so that when they get a question, they can point to the URL with the answer.
I think we need a press pack to help news sites who are writing articles about crypto-currencies generally. The more we can help them with this, the more likely we are to get coverage. http://www.squidoo.com/i-want-to-create-a-press-pack
I think the angles that news organizations are most likely to be interested in are
1. Ordinary users (their readers) can run a program on their computer and get MemoryCoin (other coins make this too difficult and aren't efficient for CPUs)
2. Users can store their wealth with their memory (other coins can do this too, but we're going to make a big feature out of it - MemoryWallets)
3. Charitable donations - 1% of the mined currency is earmarked for charity voted on by users
More sophisticated publications might be interested in the DAC aspect of our hiring and voting - that's a really key feature, but difficult to explain in 30 seconds, so I wouldn't push this aspect.
I'm going to look at creating a voting interface to make it easy to vote and so that users can see what they have voted for. I'm also going to continue working on the stability of the software and create an installer for windows to make it even easier for users to get started.