[Wikimedia-l] Basic income & Wikimedians
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Thu Jan 9 12:55:39 UTC 2014
Thanks. I don't see how this relates to Wikimedia projects, by definition
it is not.
On 9 January 2014 12:40, Emmanuel Engelhart <kelson at kiwix.org> wrote:
> Le 09/01/2014 13:36, Fæ a écrit :
> > The WMF has recently clarified that they "frown upon" paid editing.
> > Presumably offering basic wage for people to edit Wikipedia is still paid
> > editing?
> The answer is "no", because the basic income is *unconditional*.
> This is an income, not at wage.
> Definition from Wikipedia:
> "A basic income (also called basic income guarantee, unconditional basic
> income, universal basic income, universal demogrant, or citizen’s
> income) is a proposed system of social security in which citizens or
> residents of a country regularly receive a sum of money unconditionally,
> either from a government or some other institution able to ensure an
> equitable distribution of common wealth."
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