distribution

the access-rights to ressources = distribution of ressources should make some sense.

so in linux – it is not dependend on your bank-account – if you may have more or less access to ressources or if you should be allowed to run tasks with elevated privileges (modify the system = pass a law) – it is solely based on the question:

  • Why should this user have those privileges?
  • Does it make sense to allow user X access to those ressources?
    • depending on the user’s intentionts and if it’s good for the system or not

it does not answer the question – are those sources renewable… and would it make sense to change to renewable sources… (that is a question of mankind’s survival as a species) it just asks the question of distribution:

how should access to ressources be distributed to make everyone be able to complete their tasks within a certain time-range…

security and trust

also true:

  • systems can be hacked
  • banks and tax-advicers are constantly (day and night) on the search for such “holes” to avoid tax or even extract money from the system
  • whenever a bitcoin exchange get’s hacked – the USD/EUR value of the bitcoins goes down – trust is lost – probably the same with EUR/USD?

transparency

atleast with open source and linux – if you learn c – you could read the code.

which means – you get insight what rules the machine is operating with.

with the monetary system those rules seem not to be so clear.

mistakes can be found everywhere – so transparency would be good if the intention was to build a good system that serves everybody.

right now – you can’t visit a website money-flow.org that shows the flow of money in realtime…

in sweden you can atleast google the income of your neighbour… but that’s about it.

secrecy is high priority in banks.

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  1. money as the operating system of society compared to a computer operating system like linux https://gnusocial.de/url/3981402

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