Saturday, May 23, 2020

Call for Judgment: Out of Memory

Popular, 8-0. Josh

Adminned at 25 May 2020 17:55:45 UTC

Enact a new rule, “Denouement”:-

The Past Memory may not take dynastic actions.

A quick straw poll to formalise whether we feel that the dynasty has now moved into a phase where we aren’t expecting the Past Memory to process any further memory/pocket actions (given that proposals are now being voted down for having mechanics which won’t work fairly without input from the Past Memory), and we should move to wrap up. If this enacts, we can work out a rule we all agree on for final scoring.

Hoping all’s well with Naught, and that they’ve been offline for entirely boring or positive reasons this past week.

Comments

Darknight: HE/HIM

05-23-2020 18:27:42 UTC

for  if only to wrap up. I think I have an idea on 3 actives and one idle role wise if we go that route

Clucky: HE/HIM

05-24-2020 04:01:21 UTC

for

Trigon:

05-24-2020 05:30:40 UTC

for

ais523:

05-24-2020 08:57:05 UTC

I’m planning to wait until the Past Memory actually idles before voting.

(Also, is there a reason for this to be a CfJ rather than a proposal? Is it just so that it can be enacted out of order?)

Kevan: HE/HIM

05-24-2020 09:05:07 UTC

Given that it’s affecting the voting on older proposals and that the outcome will change the proposals and actions that we choose to take over the next couple of days, yes, it seemed important to resolve it quickly.

Kevan: HE/HIM

05-24-2020 09:10:35 UTC

Also reduces the window of uncertainty for Naught, if they return briefly to the game with only a few hours spare today or tomorrow, and are forced to make a call on whether to process pending actions.

ais523:

05-24-2020 09:39:09 UTC

I guess one advantage to making this a proposal would have been that it’s the sort of ruleset change where you really want a veto available. (I guess you could have done some sort of EVC check for that, but it’s too late now.)

Being able to enact out of order is a good enough reason to make it a CfJ, anyway. (Sometimes I think that BlogNomic’s queue system hurts non-scam gameplay quite a bit, as in a case like this; but there’s no denying that it makes scamming more interesting, both in terms of using it for scams, and in terms of using it to prevent scams.)

derrick: HE/HIM

05-25-2020 15:25:53 UTC

for

Publius Scribonius Scholasticus: HE/THEY

05-25-2020 15:45:17 UTC

for

ais523:

05-25-2020 16:19:43 UTC

for Assuming I haven’t messed up the calculations, naught is past the idling limit now.

Tantusar: HE/THEY

05-25-2020 16:32:03 UTC

for