Thursday, May 03, 2007

Proposal: YESMEN are WEAK

Quorumed (7-0)—Axeling

Adminned at 04 May 2007 16:05:06 UTC

In the rule titled “Your Extra Salary Margin for Avoiding Nay-saying”

add the following subrule called “Thinking for ones-self”

If, from 00:00 AM Monday to 23:59 PM the following Sunday, every vote that a worker casts is either FOR or AGAINST(i.e., no IMP) and does not change any of eir votes, e may once and only once increase eir wages by 1.00, provided e voted on at least five proposals.


Kissing up to the boss might give some short term rewards, but showing you have a sound mind leads to long-term success.

Besides, life its still flawed. If we assume five proposals aweek, Thinkers for eim-self will gain 1 salary vs 5 net worth. It will take awhile for the forces to cancel eachother out.

Comments

Amnistar:

05-03-2007 15:56:31 UTC

for Even though the few dollars won’t make a huge difference either way.

Amnistar:

05-03-2007 16:32:15 UTC

against Just realized that, for balance purposes, that probably won’t be enough…make it 2 bucks per week.  On average your gonna get paid maybe once per week…thus it’d take 3 weeks to break even for 1 week, and you’re then 10 bucks behind…

Hix:

05-03-2007 16:46:20 UTC

for figures can be tweaked later.

Just thought I’d point out that by my reading, this Rule _cannot_ be used retroactively.  That is, this Rule has to have been in the Ruleset for the entire week in order for anyone to be able to claim an increase for that week.

spikebrennan:

05-03-2007 17:31:54 UTC

for

Amnistar:

05-03-2007 17:43:27 UTC

Another problem I’ve got, rewards inactivity.  Should require you to actually post a vote, not just not vote DEF

Amnistar:

05-03-2007 17:50:09 UTC

nm.,..didn’t read… for

BobTHJ:

05-03-2007 18:08:47 UTC

imperial

alethiophile:

05-03-2007 18:37:36 UTC

for

Axeling:

05-03-2007 20:43:53 UTC

imperial