Tuesday, February 01, 2022

Proposal: Strengthened Cardboard

Timed out, 6 votes to 1. 5 comments with (non-overridden) FOR votes, 3 of which say “Manufacturing”, so additional effect occurs. Passed by TyGuy6.

Adminned at 03 Feb 2022 22:53:14 UTC

Add to the subrule “Factory”:

As a weekday action, an Employee may perform Quality Testing by performing the following atomic action:
*Choose one material in the Materials Table
*Add to that material’s value [(1DICE2)*5]-5

Set SupernovaStarbright’s Department to Factory and team to Manufacturing if a majority of comments with FOR votes include the phrase “Manufacturing”.

Set SupernovaStarbright’s Department to Research Lab and team to Research and Development if a majority of comments with FOR votes include the phrase “R&D”.

Set SupernovaStarbright’s Department to Office and team to Sales if a majority of comments with FOR votes include the phrase “Sales”.

The manufacturing folks could get stuck unable to do actions while sales and R&D can always do something to generate options in their own department. Thought I would add in an option to do that and also throw in a sign of good faith that this won’t screw over anyone over.


Josh: he/they

01-02-2022 22:27:35 UTC

for Manufacturing :D

Clucky: he/him

01-02-2022 22:36:04 UTC

the free location move feels a bit unfair. would rather have this without any of the movement stuff. unfortunately it got vote locked.

its also broken in that its just looking for “majority of comments with FOR votes”—which is abusable as someone can just make multiple comments with FOR votes in a row, dictating where you go.

so I think for that I’m against but I’d grentick a version of this without the move for sure.

Josh: he/they

01-02-2022 22:52:59 UTC

Oh, that’s a good point, Clucky!

for Manufacturing

Josh: he/they

01-02-2022 22:53:11 UTC

for Manufacturing

Josh: he/they

01-02-2022 22:53:23 UTC

for Manufacturing

Josh: he/they

01-02-2022 22:53:44 UTC

for Manufacturing

Go on put her in Manufacturing


01-02-2022 23:20:27 UTC

Josh recently wrote:

“A Employee’s Vote on a Votable Matter is the last valid voting icon that they have used in any comment on that Votable Matter” - so any preceding votes cease to be votes when superceded

And he convince me it made sense, despite have started off thinking differently.

That said, I’m all for renovating the workfloor, if we aren’t going to automate it. for Manufacturing.

Josh: he/they

01-02-2022 23:25:48 UTC

(I think that’s probably correct, Ty, in truth.)


01-02-2022 23:26:38 UTC

My English conjugation appears to be suffering, even as my Spanish is improving.

Josh: he/they

01-02-2022 23:35:57 UTC

Te convencí usando mi excelente conjugación en español!

Zack: he/him

02-02-2022 00:22:12 UTC

for The free movement is a bit weird but I’ll bite.

Snisbo: she/they

02-02-2022 00:50:09 UTC

I’m inclined to agree with Ty on this. Also, the free movement isn’t meant to be free movement so much as it is letting everyone decide where to put me to show I don’t mean to screw over any of the departments; if you think one will get the worse end of the stick just put me there.

Clucky: he/him

02-02-2022 03:04:15 UTC

An employee’s vote is different from a FOR vote.

All of Josh’s comments contain FOR votes. So they all count to figureing out the majority


02-02-2022 03:26:04 UTC

Whoo boy, this is getting weird. Does “For use in voting, a check box shall represent a Vote FOR” mean that every such checkbox is a Vote? Because if that were true, “It has a number of FOR Votes that exceed or equal Quorum.” would be satisfied, and we could pass this right now.

On a fun side note, we’re using https, now, so…

lendunistus: he/him

02-02-2022 08:19:09 UTC





02-02-2022 21:19:42 UTC

for Manufacturing. I accidentally voted twice, so here’s the third time.

Brendan: he/him

03-02-2022 22:41:24 UTC

for Research & Development