Let's say that I have a variety I think is interesting, and based on some papers I don't fully understand, I can compute quite explicitly its equivariant quantum cohomology in terms of explicit formulae for multiplying by a degree 2 class.
Is there any point in telling people about
Being something of a newcomer to quantum cohomology, I'm genuinely a bit unsure of how interesting a result this ? is, and have doubts about writing a paper whose content is "The quantum cohomology of variety X is blah."
Does it tell me anything particularly interesting? Might it have cool implications in integrable systems or something like that?