How about we think up new BOINC projects that we could create as a community?
I was thinking about the concept of distributing a lightweight gridcoin daemon that is pre-configured to act as a supernode as a work unit and reward score based on quantity of computers you're running it on, the quantity of connections to your node and the bandwidth you're providing.
With this kind of boinc project, we could incentivise hosting gridcoin supernodes and we could entirely eliminate fragmentation of node versions by distributing the daemon client via BOINC.
You would need to build in a firewall check to verify that the node's network communications are not being blocked by windows or by a user's router.
There's also the possibility of creating a (monetised/commercial/for-profit) BOINC project where you (as a user wanting x processed by boinc users) pay a quantity of GRC to get your workload to have priority on the network.
The money taken by the project would be distributed out equally (dependant on user relevant contribution) and a small fee taken for the site, and a slither set aside for some kind of gridcoin foundation where we help fund BOINC, fund development, fund competitions etc?
Please keep the ideas legal guys, and keep it simple to begin with - we don't all know fortran ;D
Boinc project cookbook: https://boinc.berkeley.edu/trac/wiki/CreateProjectCookbook
Existing /r/gridcoin topic: http://www.reddit.com/r/gridcoin/comments/22uzgk/commercial_application_of_boinc_is_already/