This post doesn’t nominate someone specifically, but the purpose is to initiate a discussion about the significance of acknowledging Github contributors of Namada.
As with any open-source project, Namada’s success relies heavily on the contributions of its community members, particularly those who contribute to the project’s codebase on Github. While these contributors are often motivated by the desire to support the project, it’s important to recognize and reward their efforts.
Github already has a system in place for recognizing contributors through the use of pull requests, commit messages, and other metrics. However, a more tangible and meaningful reward system could help to motivate contributors even further. GitPOAPs tokens could be distributed to contributors who have made a significant contribution to the project’s codebase. The holders of Namada’s GitPOAPs could then be rewarded with the retroactive PGF.