Monday, September 17, 2012

Proposal: Peer Review mark (3)

Passes 4-2. — Quirck

Adminned at 20 Sep 2012 01:50:33 UTC

Enact a new rule entitled “[COR] Corrections” with the following text:

A Proposal is a Correction if it satisfies the following (possibly in the flavour text):

  • It contains a Citation to another Proposal (the Original).
  • The Original was authored by a different Student.
  • The Original was Pending when the Correction was submitted.
  • It explicitly indicates that it is a Correction of the Original.
  • It contains an explanation of one or more errors in the Original.

Students should not vote FOR a Correction unless it proposes substantially the same changes as the Original and it fixes the errors described.

When a Correction is Enacted, if the Original Failed, then the author of the Correction Scores.

Apparently the last one wasn’t a proposal.



17-09-2012 23:36:15 UTC

against because of what happens when there’s more than one correction to the same proposal.


17-09-2012 23:58:01 UTC

I find it unlikely that multiple correction proposals would pass, but I’ll repropose with a fix if people are worried.


18-09-2012 00:19:16 UTC

I find it unlikely that multiple correction proposals would pass

Exactly my point.


18-09-2012 00:36:23 UTC

Huh? I don’t get it.

Josh: Observer he/they

18-09-2012 06:32:40 UTC

for Seems easier to patch than repropose.

Kevan: he/him

18-09-2012 10:53:27 UTC

No need to be cryptic when you’re the Emperor, Bucky.



19-09-2012 19:14:53 UTC



20-09-2012 00:58:35 UTC