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Re: [Taler] syllabus, money as debt aspect

From: Thomas
Subject: Re: [Taler] syllabus, money as debt aspect
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2021 13:06:44 +0200

Money as debt should be not a general problem, see sardex.net

I think the question of "money as debt" is "only" depending on the
"social structure/agreement" of the community/society who is using it.
Best regards

Am 28.04.21 um 00:44 schrieb Calvin Burns via Taler:
> Thank you.
> The Problem I see with Banco Palmas is that again money is created as debt.
> On Sun, 04/25/2021 07:37:55 PM, Christian Grothoff wrote:
>> Hi Calvin,
>> I think you need at least a good GNU/Linux system administrator training
>> (Web server (nginx or Apache), databases (Postgres), key management
>> (TLS), network configuration (IP, DNS), backup, and of course software
>> installation). If you train people with those skills, they should be
>> able to setup Taler.
>> For the governance question, my personal belief is that it would be key
>> to really involve the local government and start the process by funding
>> public works from the seigniorage while at the same time ensuring the
>> tokens have money by having the government accept these
>> tokens for taxes and fees.  You should also probably look at
>>         https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banco_Palmas
>> for inspiration.
>> Best regards,
>> Christian
>> On 4/23/21 1:49 PM, Calvin Burns via Taler wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> if you would create a course "creating local currency based on GNU Taler" 
>>> what
>>> would be a "minimal" syllabus for theory and practical aspects such that
>>> participants would be able to actually deploy GNU Taler as local currency?
>>> Any thoughts on how seigniorage can be direct-democratically controlled and
>>> organized in a local community?
>>> thanks in advance, 
>>> Calvin Bruns

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