Monday, November 17, 2008

Proposal: It was a dark and stormy night

11-0. Reaches quorum (and them some). ~Chronos.

Adminned at 17 Nov 2008 14:30:13 UTC

Add a dynastic rule, entitled Weather, as follows:

The weather, at any given date time, will be the weather for [CITY] for the same date and time as reported at the website weather.com.  The sunrise and sunset on any given date will occur on at the times stated at weather.com for [CITY] on that date.

If the Narrator casts a vote on this proposal and specifies, in the post containing the vote, the name of a city for which weather forecasts and reports are available at weather.com, then subsitute that city for the [CITY] text in the rule.  If the Narrator does not do so, then [CITY] shall be London, United Kingdom.

Comments

ovangle:

11-17-2008 16:53:36 UTC

for

Oze:

11-17-2008 17:00:08 UTC

for Please make it an obscure little town in central Montenegro! Or maybe not…

SingularByte:

11-17-2008 17:01:36 UTC

for

Yoda:

11-17-2008 17:04:14 UTC

for I like Greenwich, UK.  It’s famous AND small…

Armayus:

11-17-2008 18:20:58 UTC

for

Darknight:

11-17-2008 18:48:11 UTC

for And here I thought he’d pick Paris….Texas =P

Clucky:

11-17-2008 19:57:52 UTC

for

Bucky:

11-17-2008 20:32:39 UTC

for  with a dash of Epic.

Yoda:

11-17-2008 20:49:26 UTC

Why would I pick Paris?

Darknight:

11-17-2008 20:51:19 UTC

*shrugs* Someplace different? lol

spikebrennan:

11-17-2008 21:14:31 UTC

London or Greenwich works particularly well because UTC is their local time anyway.  It’d be off if sunset was occurring around noon.

Yoda:

11-17-2008 21:53:02 UTC

Well, technically, sunrise and sunset would occur at the time stated but shifted to Blognomic time.  In other words, if it was sunrise at 6:42am in Paris, Texas, then at 6:42am Blognomic time, it would be sunrise.

arthexis:

11-17-2008 21:54:21 UTC

for Epic

ChronosPhaenon:

11-17-2008 22:02:54 UTC

for