One interesting tool that may help with this is Sourcecred, a tool for communities to measure and reward value creation.
Essentially, it is a system for rewarding specific behaviours within a community based on how much the community values those behaviours. It can be plugged into Discourse, for instance, allowing forum users to earn “cred” for their contributions (topics, posts, etc) based on how the rest of the community interacts with their content (likes, links to, shares, etc). “Cred” scores are then used to proportionally distribute tokens on a regular basis.
This would help with the distribution problem in two ways.
- It provides a viable avenue for people to earn GNO simply by providing valuable input to the community, rather than having to purchase it on the market somewhere.
- It reinforces active contribution to GnosisDAO governance.
Out of the box it can also be integrated with our Discord server and Github. We can also add functionality for it to track activity in just about any other system.