Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Proposal: Undeclared Variable

Timed out (3-5)
Failed by Hix

Adminned at 17 Aug 2006 08:04:26 UTC

Remove the “[Init]” keyword from everywhere it appears in the Timeline.

[ With Italy and Christianity existing since the 4th millennium BC, now, I think we’ve got enough threads going on without creating newly unconnected ones. ]

Comments

epylar:

15-08-2006 02:54:37 UTC

imperial

Thelonious:

15-08-2006 07:40:38 UTC

imperial

aran:

15-08-2006 10:56:54 UTC

for

Elias IX:

15-08-2006 16:25:43 UTC

Well, I really want to vote imperial, but against to balance, so that Hix’s vote will make more of a difference.

Bucky: Proprietor

15-08-2006 17:32:59 UTC

imperial

Hix:

15-08-2006 20:15:05 UTC

I’m off to study the wiki history before deciding.

Hix:

15-08-2006 20:56:32 UTC

against although I have just removed all but the first instance of [Init].  I’ll be trying to travel way back so I can add some earlier nodes—if I succeed, I’ll remove that one too.

epylar:

15-08-2006 21:22:56 UTC

I’m starting to think the arbiter has too much power! (kidding)

ChronosPhaenon:

15-08-2006 21:49:00 UTC

for

Hix:

15-08-2006 21:51:55 UTC

At least there’s not a secret Ruleset, which only I have access to,  and which includes the Rule “The Arbiter may create, delete, alter, or otherwise edit a Secret Rule or Ruleset at any time.”  *cough*

Bucky: Proprietor

16-08-2006 16:16:42 UTC

I do not beleive that that ruleset was valid any more than this ruleset is:
“This is the Other Ruleset and it governs all Travellers even if the Ruleset doesn’t mention it.

Rule 1:The Other Ruleset takes precident over the Blognomic Ruleset in all cases

Rule 2: Bucky may edit either Ruleset at any time”

Kevan: he/him

17-08-2006 01:18:53 UTC

I believe there was an encrypted rule that mentioned the other ruleset.

Bucky: Proprietor

17-08-2006 01:34:53 UTC

The “Orders” Ruleset was NOT mentioned anywhere in the Blognomic Ruleset, nor could its existance be deduced from any Rulesets mentioned by the Blognomic Ruleset.  There was nothing to distinguish it from the “Other Ruleset” above.