Saturday, October 10, 2009

Hiatus Notice

Admins, keep in mind that proposals are not open for voting during Hiatus.  Therefore, proposals “That went down well” through “Pick Your Own Honorary Title, Non-Self-Killed Edition” will not time out until 24 hours after the sidebar says they time out.



10-11-2009 06:32:57 UTC

I think this specific point should be changed, because you see, it just makes the adminning process more dificult and adds no value to the game. Let all actions stop during hiatus except voting (in egeneral) and resolving CfJs.


10-11-2009 06:52:20 UTC

Disagree.  Often the voting choices are a function of the DoV’s status. 

Remember that not all proposals have to be voided after a DoV passes.

Ienpw III:

10-11-2009 06:57:15 UTC

I agree with arth. Let the proposal time-out be delayed, but voting itself should be legal during hiatus.


10-11-2009 09:29:26 UTC

Now that the DoV has been failed early with a CfJ, these proposals will time out twelve hours and twenty-seven minutes later than usual.


10-11-2009 11:10:01 UTC

for Thanks Kevan.


10-11-2009 11:21:38 UTC

Josh seems to have missed this and timed out several proposals a few hours early.


10-11-2009 11:42:37 UTC

Let’s solve the problem just by voting actively so we don’t need to time out proposals at all.


10-11-2009 16:08:58 UTC

The problem which I am addressing still remains: It makes it difficult to admin proposals that have votes made during hiatus.


10-11-2009 17:11:51 UTC

Yes, sorry - I did miss a few.


10-11-2009 18:19:18 UTC

[Arthexis] Good point. Freezing everything is useful for focusing players’ attention on getting the DoV sorted out, but it would make processing easier if votes weren’t locked. Go ahead and propose it.


10-12-2009 03:08:15 UTC

I don’t see anything in Rules 1.9 or 1.5 that says that proposals time out later. Just that you can’t vote on them until Hiatus ends. Where does it say that?


10-12-2009 03:28:26 UTC

“It has been open for voting for at least 48 hours…”


10-12-2009 16:32:47 UTC

Ah. Never mind. Will propose fix, though.