Friday, January 16, 2009

Proposal: Allez cuisine!

Quorum against -SB

Adminned at 17 Jan 2009 07:48:24 UTC

If the proposal “[Hint] Freshnesssssss” fails to pass, this proposal does nothing.

Add the following to the end of the rule “Ingredients”

As a weekly action, instead of using a daily action to add an item to the ingredients list, a Staff Member may add the phrase SECRET followed by the MD5 hash of an edible item. This is called a secret ingredient. At any time, a Staff Member may replace a secret ingredient with an edible item provided the MD5 hash of that edible item is the same as the MD5 hash which followed the word SECRET. This task is known as “revealing a secret ingredient”.

Comments

Rodlen:

01-16-2009 01:43:35 UTC

against NO.  GOOD GOD, NO MORE MD5 HASHES!!!

Clucky:

01-16-2009 01:45:19 UTC

Why not? They are a legit way of dealing with secret information.

Rodlen:

01-16-2009 01:46:56 UTC

Lets see…all uses of encryption in Blognomic have caused anger so far…

Amnistar:

01-16-2009 01:48:54 UTC

against I would rather NOT have a bunch of code words all over the place, thank you.

Clucky:

01-16-2009 01:49:13 UTC

Well becomes you were encrypting actual rules. This is different.

Wooden Squid:

01-16-2009 02:24:28 UTC

against

Darknight:

01-16-2009 02:26:27 UTC

against The only thing I’m willing to see use MD5 hash is the theme. And I’m sure we trust Art to be honest about it lol. But no more please.

Klisz:

01-16-2009 02:46:23 UTC

against  MD5 is evil.

arthexis:

01-16-2009 02:58:34 UTC

against Warm

Clucky:

01-16-2009 03:09:22 UTC

/me was hoping for a “hot” and an Iron Chef dynasty, as that would’ve been awesome.  against

Yoda:

01-16-2009 03:36:35 UTC

against I don’t even know how you let the theme be an md5 hash after the confusion at the end of my last dynasty…

SingularByte:

01-16-2009 09:46:20 UTC

against

zuff:

01-16-2009 15:44:14 UTC

against

Qwazukee:

01-16-2009 22:13:37 UTC

against

Wakukee:

01-16-2009 22:56:14 UTC

against

jmrdex:

01-17-2009 14:48:37 UTC

against