I'm a programmer and thus believe in structure, anything to do with anarchy is therefore off the table.
Communism was a nice proof of concept, but it always ends in corruption because there will always be someone with the highest charisma with the littlest care to fuck it up.
I don't see anarcho-communism as a system at all, because it believes in personal property, but not in private property.
Imagine a few million people all using the same tools to all make bread for themselves, either everything will fall apart because there's nobody to blame if a tool breaks, or there must be a greater entity that takes care of the "means of production".
These means cannot be shared, for they require maintenance, and maintenance is always either done by the government, or by a private caretaker.
Thus all means of production either goes to be property of the state, which may blame anyone, or become property of any one person, which makes it private property.
shared means will never work in a grand spectrum.
There's nothing wrong with the government supplying the people with work with which they can earn their bread, however.