Saturday, October 30, 2010

Proposal: X-Header

Passes 9-1. —Brendan

Adminned at 01 Nov 2010 14:33:57 UTC

Reword Rule 2.7, “Communications,” to read as follows:

As a weekly action, an Agent may send a message to any Agent who has a Codename by telephoning D-Ops with the subject line “ACTION: Message to CODENAMEA in SECTORA”, where CODENAMEA and SECTORA are the codename and sector of the intended recipient. If this information is valid, D-Ops should forward the message to the recipient Agent. If the information pertaining to the recipient is incorrect, the message is not forwarded to the recipient Agent, and D-Ops shall respond to the sending Agent indicating as much, but the Interception conditions still apply.

As a weekly action, an Agent may send a message to any Agent who has a Codename by telephoning D-Ops with the subject line “ACTION: Message from CODENAMEA in SECTORA to CODENAMEB”, where CODENAMEA is the Codename of an Imposter, SECTORA is Sector in which that Imposter is located, and CODENAMEB is the Codename of the intended recipient. If the information pertaining to the Imposter is incorrect, the message is not forwarded to the recipient Agent, and D-Ops shall respond to the sending Agent indicating as much, but the Interception conditions still apply.

Cleaining up this rule and trying to make the use-Imposters-as-transmitters thing actually useful.

Comments

Josh:

10-30-2010 18:03:41 UTC

for

Bucky:

10-30-2010 18:32:27 UTC

imperial

Klisz:

10-30-2010 19:16:58 UTC

imperial

Roujo:

10-31-2010 01:30:40 UTC

imperial

Darknight:

10-31-2010 01:41:05 UTC

imperial

Mosby:

10-31-2010 01:51:48 UTC

for

Klisz:

11-01-2010 04:23:25 UTC

for after actually reading it.

Purplebeard:

11-01-2010 08:07:25 UTC

What does this do, apart from making it less clear for D-Ops where a message is coming from?

Kevan:

11-01-2010 09:57:06 UTC

for

Ujalu, the unnecessary.:

11-01-2010 12:42:48 UTC

against

FuzzyLogic:

11-01-2010 14:12:35 UTC

imperial