We have the bounty system up and rolling with Bountysource and have begun adding awards to a series of issues. The libretro organization has seeded $80 to issues so far, and another $100 has been offered by users. Current issues include adding low-latency input and audio drivers for Windows; extending the mouse axis for games like tyrquake that can be controlled by mouse; support for multiple mice simultaneously, which could enable 2-player light-gun games in several cores; and adding a host virtual filesystem layer, which could enable softpatching on all cores among other benefits. The VFS layer has had the most activity so far and currently sits at $70.