Wednesday, January 02, 2008

Proposal: Old News Already

Vetoed - Adminned by Chivalrybean

Adminned at 02 Jan 2008 09:18:34 UTC

If the proposal entitled “Move Along, Nothing to See Here” passes, this proposal does nothing.

If this proposal is enacted, add the following bulleted point to Rule 1.5 entitled “Enactment” after the second bullet point in the first bulleted list:

It has a number of FOR votes that exceed or equal 3/4 the total number of active players rounded down (i.e. Quorum times 1.5), and has not been vetoed or self-killed.

Second idea of mine for speeding things up in cases of well-received proposals. Unnecessary if the other proposal succeeds.


Amnistar: he/him

02-01-2008 01:18:12 UTC


Herd mentality can lead to bad proposals passing already.


02-01-2008 01:20:51 UTC



02-01-2008 01:37:22 UTC


Clucky: he/him

02-01-2008 02:06:08 UTC

against against  against  against  against


02-01-2008 02:53:58 UTC

We don’t change core rules without:
(1) thinking really hard about it
(2) thinking even harder about it
(3) discussing
(4) thinking some more
(5) reconsidering
(6) repeat steps 1-5 above

Darknight: he/him

02-01-2008 06:23:43 UTC

clean up time lol

Clucky: he/him

02-01-2008 11:56:48 UTC

Um, thats a little extreme spike. For me its more like

1) Thinking about a cool rule
2) Making sure there are no loop holes in it.
3) Maybe thinking one more time.

The reason for the passing rules is because most people don’t do what you said. We just vote. Because thats fun. and if alot of other people vote FOR, we vote FOR as well. If everyone followed your steps, we wouldn’t need stuff lik the 12 hour rule.


02-01-2008 14:41:56 UTC