As the title suggests, many suggestions are failing to get past the initial 10M UNI requirement.
Largely, I believe this is because current solutions are inconvenient. There’s no way to know how many UNI is delegated to a certain address (unless that party ends up creating a UI/UX, like yuni did, which is a completely redundant process).
To encourage users participating in the governance, the process and UX should be smooth - delegating votes should be easy, people should be able to see the progress (how much is missing for certain addresses/ideas, etc).
Furthermore, because many are failing behind the 10M requirement, now people are asking to “enable” them to propose. The process could instead be improved if anyone could propose projects, which would only be “considered” if 10M UNI vote is reached.
Alternatively, the 10M requirement could be reduced. In any case, current situation has to be improved, largely on Uniswap’s Development team (improving the current token page).