I was running a survey to collect the requirements for a revocation method in an Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) system. The survey was sent to people in the SSI practice.
If you interested in the questions, here is the link
The survey had two sections. The first was about privacy aspects, and the second on physical requirements like storage or computational effort.
Here are the results without many comments.
Privacy aspects are important for 74%-83% of the participants
For 61% of the participants a violation of privacy would be a KO criteria
There is no uniform results for storage requirements
The requirements for computational effort are demanding for the verifier process