Proposal: A Room of One’s Own
Self-killed, failed by Kevan.
Adminned at 14 Apr 2010 10:52:23 UTC
In Rule 2.2, replace “A group of connected Locations enclosed by Walls, Doors and/or Rock is known as a Room. If any single Location would be in more than one Room, only the largest counts as a Room. The Location of the door of the room is not considered as in the Room. If a Location is in a Room, that Location is Indoors. Otherwise, it is Outside. ” with:-
Walls, Doors and Rock are all Barrier Locations; other Locations are Free Locations. If a group of connected Free Locations is entirely enclosed by Boundary Locations, the Free Locations are known as a Room. If a Location is part of a Room, that Location is Indoors. Otherwise, it is Outside.
Fixing the definition of a “Room”. The current definition of a “Room” is broken - because a Room is just made up of “Locations enclosed by Rock”, then for any Room that exists, there exists a slightly larger Room that also includes its walls (which are also surrounded by Rock), and the walls of those walls, and so on until the entire mountain is a single Room.
I think this removes the need to check whether “any single Location would be in more than one Room”.