Social infrastructure

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Social infrastructure is any project to provide important resources or services in such a way that lack of finances does not pose a barrier to individual access at a useful level.

One way of organizing this within the existing capitalist system:

  • membership cost based on income
  • those unwilling to document income pay as if their income was significantly above average
  • some services free, others not -- non-free services should not be task-essential
  • bartering labor or goods towards membership dues is encouraged