I'm currently writing a paper that is based on work that I won't be following up on, as I'm changing career directions. I believe that the work raises a number of questions and ideas for future work, and my program solves a number of the boring problems without getting into the interesting applications. However, I've previously been told that raising an idea in a "Future Work" section effectively 'reserves' that work for me, and it would be considered rude for readers to begin research on those areas.
How can I signal (without flat out saying that I don't care) that I hope others will pick up and run with the ideas I'm presenting?
If it's of any importance, it's a Computer Science paper.