Thursday, July 17, 2014

Proposal: Say when?

Failed 1 vote to 4, the number of voters not voting against (3) is less than quorum. Failed by Kevan.

Adminned at 17 Jul 2014 16:03:05 UTC

In rule 3.1 “Keywords”, amend the definition of “Week” so as to read the following:

References to a week as an entity rather than as a duration (e.g. “At the beginning of each week”, or “already happened this week”), unless otherwise stated, refer to a period of time beginning at and including 00:00:00 UTC on a Monday and ending when the next week begins.

Adds consistency between Week and Day definitions, and prevents ambiguity as to what the “beginning” of a Monday or “ending” of a Sunday is (I personally would usually dictate those times by when I wake up and go to sleep, so 8am PST on a monday is the “start” of the week.

Comments

Sprucial:

17-07-2014 02:45:14 UTC

imperial

Purplebeard:

17-07-2014 06:53:26 UTC

against I don’t think there’s any ambiguity there: the entry for ‘Week’ states that weeks start at the beginning of Mondays, and the entry for ‘Day’ prescribes that Mondays begin at 00:00:00 UTC.

Kevan: Oracle he/him

17-07-2014 07:34:28 UTC

against Agreed.

PTSnoop_:

17-07-2014 07:36:54 UTC

against