I would suggest what Mrjeans suggested. launch a POS coin that is the proto dac of all future dacs. That would allow someone to invest in the idea of a DNS dac, even if they didn't appreciate the way that the primary dac was built.
I support this. The proto-DAC will do nothing but list the claimed TLDs by its child DACs. I think I'll write up another post about this.
I'm not quite sure I understand you, but thats not quite what I was thinking. What Mrjeans suggested in bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=3890.0 seems to me to be a simply altcoin. Branch the DNS family off of the PTS/AGS tree. Call it Bitshares-DNS. Make it a simple POS coin that allows people to invest in the idea of a decentralized DNS solution. Then branch off of that for your work and call it bitshares-.p2p. Any future revisions of your work would be a 1 for 1 snapshot of the bitshares-.p2p chain. call it bitshares-p2p-2 or whatever you like. Of course should you decide to release bitshares-.dac you could also do a 1 for 1 snapshot of the bitshares-.p2p chain if you prefer to reward those that have supported your chain, but If I think I can do it better than you I might release bitshares-.puppies (everyone loves puppies. Except serial killers) and I could snapshot the bitshares-dns chain without having to go back to PTS/AGS
This gives the proto dac bitshares-dns a value corresponding to the expected future innovation in dns, adjusted for time preference of course. While giving those innovators a single chain to snapshot that will be filled with individuals that support a decentralized DNS system.
This will reduce the value of bitshares-.p2p by stripping the expected value of future dacs expected to be derived from the bitshares-.p2p chain. It will also stabilize the price of bitshares-.p2p though. Reducing the snapshots will help prevent wild swings in price as those that only valued the spinoff product will not sell off bitshares-.p2p.
If I'm not making sense please let me know. This is my leisure time, and I have a tendency to drink a lot in my leisure time.