Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Proposal: Tight integrity policy

Passes 4-3, timed out.  Adminned by Bucky.

Adminned at 11 May 2006 20:26:20 UTC

In the rule entitled “Chanting”, change “When a Monk chants, e gains X Integrity, where X is the number of Monks that wouldn’t have chanted if e hadn’t chanted.” to “When a Monk chants, e gains 1 Integrity.”

Delete all italicized text in the rule entitled “Chanting”.


Elias IX:

10-05-2006 01:22:22 UTC

against grrrr

Angry Grasshopper:

10-05-2006 01:28:08 UTC

Bucky’s chanting causes Rodney and Thelonious… to chant.

If Bucky hadn’t chanted…e gains 3 integrity.


Angry Grasshopper:

10-05-2006 01:28:58 UTC

Erk. I misread ‘delete’ as ‘de-italicize’.

In that case, the cute aspect disappears and this proposal becomes a more serious thing.


10-05-2006 01:34:04 UTC

against grrr


10-05-2006 01:42:23 UTC

The point being to end the First-person-to-chant-after-midnight-gains-a -huge-Integrity-bonus thing.


10-05-2006 08:47:05 UTC

Although I voted for the original chanting rule despite the warning that it would lead to the first-after-midnight problem, I agree that we need to change this.  Integrity is becoming devalued.


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Elias IX:

11-05-2006 01:31:04 UTC

To me, Integrity isn’t as much a currency as it is a measurement of a Monk’s… integrity, so to limit this isn’t cool, no.

Besides, if that part of the rule gets changed, there’s really no point to reward the chain reaction effect, which I think is fairly interesting.

Then again, this rule was born in my mind, and thus I have no choice but to fight for it as if it were my child.

Angry Grasshopper:

11-05-2006 21:14:31 UTC

If I weren’t the abbot, I’d vote deferential. I’ll vote before the proposal expires.

Angry Grasshopper:

11-05-2006 21:15:56 UTC

Oh, I found the fix I was looking for.