Proposal: You have to let it linger, II
Dies a horrible death. 1-12—Clucky
Adminned at 11 Feb 2007 09:47:44 UTC
Delete from the Glossary:
* It is noted that where a Proposal would amend the effects of Proposal Enactment, this does not apply to its own enactment unless explicitly stated (eg. a proposal proposing that enacted proposals earn their writer a banana when enacted would not earn a banana for its own writer, when enacted).
* Rules which trigger upon the Enacment or Failure of a Proposal are the responsibility of the Admin who Enacts or Fails it.
Add to the end of rule 1.5 Enactment:
All changes to the Ruleset and/or Gamestate mandated by a Proposal shall have effect starting at the time of its enactment, in the same order they are listed in said Proposal. Any change mandated by a Proposal which would linger for later triggering is void, unless it is made part of the Ruleset.
If a Proposal would cause a change to the Ruleset and/or Gamestate and that change is not made immediately after the Proposalâ€™s Enactment, that change may be made later. In this case, the change shall be construed to be have made at the moment of the Proposalâ€™s enactment.
If a Proposal would amend the effects of Proposal Enactment, that amendment doesnâ€™t aplly to the enactment of that Proposal itself, unless explicitly stated. (Eg. a proposal creating a rule where enacted proposals earn their writer a banana when enacted would not earn a banana for its own writer, when enacted.)
Whenever an Admin enacts or fails a Proposal, e is also responsible for enforcing any rules which trigger upon the Enactment or Failure of a Proposal.