Should the QC community formally adopt Decimal Floating Points?
The world needs to adopt a decimal floating point arithmetic standard, but as of right now, that is extremely difficult due to the prevalence of the IEEE 754 binary floating point standard.
I feel like the emerging field of quantum computing would actually be a very good opportunity to foster a decimal floating point arithmetic standard, and to promote its widespread adoption.
A very promising decimal floating point standard exists right now, but it's currently having some issues gaining some widespread traction.
[I have no relation to—or affiliation with—Douglas Crockford.]