I vote FOR both proposals

On Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 11:18 AM, Aris Merchant <
thoughtsoflifeandligh...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I hereby distribute each listed proposal, initiating the Agoran
> Decision of whether to adopt it, and removing it from the proposal
> pool. For this decision, the vote collector is the Assessor, the
> quorum is 3.0, the voting method is AI-majority and the valid options
> are FOR and AGAINST (PRESENT is also a valid vote, as are conditional
> votes).
>
>
> ID     Author(s)    AI   Title                       Pender      Pend fee
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> ---------------
> 8027*  G.           1.0  no news                     G.          1 Paper
> 8028*  G.           2.0  Zombie patch                G.          WO [1]
>
> The proposal pool currently contains the following proposals:
>
> ID    Author(s)     AI   Title
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> ---------------
> pp1   Gaelan, [2]   3.0  PAoaM Patch
>
>
> [1] Pended Without Objection
> [2] Trigon
>
> Legend: <ID>* : Proposal is pending.
>
> A proposal may be pended for 1 Paper or Without Objection.
>
> The full text of the aforementioned proposals is included below.
>
> //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> ID: 8027
> Title: no news
> Adoption index: 1.0
> Author: G.
> Co-authors:
>
>
> [We've given this office *many* chances.  It's just not doing anything.]
>
> Repeal Rule 2446 (The Agoran Newspaper).
>
> //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> ID: 8028
> Title: Zombie patch
> Adoption index: 2.0
> Author: G.
> Co-authors:
>
>
> Amend Rule 1885, "Zombie Auctions" by replacing:
>
>   CAN flip the master switch
>
> with:
>
>   CAN, by announcement, flip the master switch
>
> //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> ID: pp1
> Title: PAoaM Patch
> Adoption index: 3.0
> Author: Gaelan
> Co-authors:
>
>
> In Rule 105 “Rule Changes,” replace
>
>   "If the reenacting proposal provides new text for the rule, the rule
>   must have materially the same purpose as did the repealed version;
>   otherwise, the attempt to reenact the rule is null and void.”
>
> with
>
>   “If the reenacting proposal provides new text for the rule, the
>   rule SHOULD have materially the same purpose as did the repealed
> version."
>
> The Rulekeepor MAY list historical annotations for changes made by the
> following portion of this proposal (until the text “END CLEANUP”) however e
> wishes, including incorrectly or not at all.
>
> If rule 2599 is not currently enacted, re-enact it with the following
> text; if it is enacted but does not have the following text, amend it
> to have the following text: {
>
>  If a player has not received a Welcome Package since e most
>   recently registered, any player CAN cause em to receive one by
>   announcement.
>
>   When a player receives a Welcome Package, Agora creates the
>   following assets in eir possession:
>
>   1. 10 coins
>   2. 5 lumber
>   3. 5 stones
>   4. 10 apples
>   5. 3 papers
> }
>
> If no rule titled “Paydays” exists, create it at power 2 with the following
> text; if it exists but does not have the following text, amend it to have
> the
> following text: {
>
>   Whenever a Payday occurs, the following events happen in order:
>
>   1. The following assets are created in the possession of each
>      player:
>      A. 10 coins
>      B. 5 apples
>      C. 2 papers
>
>   2. For each office, if a single player held that office for 16 or
>      more days in the previous month and e was not issued any Cards
>      other than Green for eir conduct in that office during that
>      time, the following assets are created in the possession of
>      that player:
>      A. 5 coins
>      B. 1 corn
>
>   The occurrence of Paydays is secured.  At the beginning of each
>   month, a Payday occurs.
> }
>
> If Rule 1993 is not currently enacted, re-enact it with the following text;
> if it is enacted but does not have the following text, amend it to have the
> following text: {
>
>   Arcadia is a land entirely defined by the Arcadian Map (the Map).
>   The Map is the term for the set of all Land Units.
>
>   The Map divides Arcadia into a finite, discrete number of Units of
>   Land, or simply Land. Each Unit of Land is an indestructible asset
>   specified by an ordered pair of integers known as its Latitude and
>   Longitude.
>
>   Every unique ordered pair of integers within the limits defined in
>   the Rules for Latitude and Longitude signifies an existent Unit of
>   Land. No other Units of Land exist. Units of Land CAN only be
>   created or destroyed by changing the limits of Latitude and
>   Longitude defined in the Rules.
>
>   All values for Latitude and Longitude MUST lie between -6 and +6,
>   inclusive.
>
>   The Total Land Area of Arcadia is the number of existent Units of
>   Land defined by permissible Latitude and Longitude pairs.
> }
>
> If Rule 1994 is not currently enacted, re-enact it with the following text;
> if it is enacted but does not have the following text, amend it to have the
> following text: {
>
>   Any existent Land for which ownership has not been explicitly
>   changed belongs to Agora.
>
>   Land belonging to Agora is called Public Land. Land belonging to
>   a contract is called Communal Land. Land belonging to any other
>   entity is called Private Land. Together, Communal Land and Private
>   Land are called Proprietary Land.
> }
>
> If Rule 1995 is not currently enacted, re-enact it with the following text;
> if it is enacted but does not have the following text, amend it to have the
> following text: {
>
>   Each Unit of Land has a Land Type switch, tracked by the
>   Cartographor, whose values are "Black", "White", and "Aether" (the
>   default). Changes to Land Type switches are secured. To "change
>   the type" of, or to "transform" a Unit of Land is to flip its Type
>   switch. A “Unit of X” is a Unit of Land whose Land Type switch has
>   the value X.
>
>   When existent Land has not had its Type changed as explicitly
>   permitted by the Rules, or has a Type that is not currently
>   defined by the Rules, it is considered to have the Land Type of
>   Aether. Rules to the contrary nonwithstanding, Units of Aether
>   CANNOT be transferred from Agora, or owned by any entity other
>   than Agora.
>
>   If Proprietary Land becomes Aether, the Cartographor SHALL
>   transfer it to Agora in a timely fashion, destroy any facilities
>   on the Land Unit, and set all other switches to their default
>   values.
>
>   Type is a singleton switch with the values of Black and White,
>   defaulting to Black. When an act specifies that an alternating
>   land type is to be used, the current value of the Alternating Land
>   Type switch is used, and the switch is set to the next value of
>   the switch.
> }
>
> If Rule 1996 is not currently enacted, re-enact it with the following text;
> if it is enacted but does not have the following text, amend it to have the
> following text: {
>
>   The Cartographor is an office; its holder is recordkeepor for the
>   Land of Arcadia.
>
>   The Cartographor's Weekly Report shall include:
>
>   1. the ownership and land type of all existing land;
>   2. all changes in the ownership and land type of existing land
>      since the most recent report;
>   3. the location for the previous week and the current week of each
>      entity with a defined location;
>   4. the next alternating land type;
>   5. all facilities and their parent land units; and
>   6. a list of all preserved land units.
> }
>
> If Rule 1996 is not titled “The Cartographor”, retitle it “The
> Cartographor”.
>
> If Rule 1998 is not currently enacted, re-enact it with the following text;
> if it is enacted but does not have the following text, amend it to have the
> following text: {
>
>   Two Units of Land are Adjacent if they have the same Latitude, and
>   their Longitudes differ by exactly one; or they have the same
>   Longitude, and their Latitudes differ by exactly one.
>
>   Land Unit A is said to be connected to Land Unit B if it is
>   possible to reach B by moving only to adjacent Land Units of the
>   same color, starting from A.
> }
>
> If Rule 1999 is not currently enacted, re-enact it with the following text;
> if it is enacted but does not have the following text, amend it to have the
> following text: {
>
>   Location is a player switch, tracked by the Cartographer, whose
>   values are ordered pairs of integers where the first value is a
>   valid Latitude, and the second is a valid Longitude. The default
>   Location is (0, 0).
>
>   To "move" a player is to flip that player’s Location switch to the
>   Latitude and Longitude of the destination.
>
>   No other Entity can have a location unless it is defined in a rule
>   other than this one. Changes to the Location of an Entity are
>   secured. If an Entity is specified by this Rule as having a
>   defined Location, but its Location has not been explicitly set or
>   changed, its Location is set to (0, 0).
> }
>
> If Rule 2003 is not currently enacted, re-enact it with the following text;
> if it is enacted but does not have the following text, amend it to have the
> following text: {
>
>   Players CAN destroy:
>
>   1. 1 apple to move from one Land Unit to an adjacent Unit if their
>      Land Types are the same and the destination is not Aether;
>
>   2. 2 apples to move from one Land Unit to an adjacent Unit if
>      their Land Types differ and the destination is not Aether;
>
>   3. 2 apples to set Land Type of a Land Unit which e owns to any
>      Land Type other than Aether, whether or not e is located at
>      that Land Unit.
>
>   4. 3 apples to set the Land Type of a Land Unit that is adjacent
>      to the Entity's current location, is of type Aether, and is
>      owned by Agora, to an alternating Land Type.
>
>   5. 4 apples to set the Land Type of a Land Unit that is adjacent
>      to the Entity's current location, is of type Aether, and is
>      owned by Agora, to a Land Type of eir choice.
>
>   6. 6 apples to set the Land Type of a Land Unit that is of type
>      Aether, and is owned by Agora, to an alternating Land Type.
>
>   Players CAN, while performing the above actions, substitute 3
>   apples for 1 corn.
> }
>
> If rule 2004 is not currently enacted, re-enact it with the following text;
> if it is enacted but does not have the following text, amend it to have the
> following text: {
>
>   Every Agoran Week, if the number of units of Private Land is less
>   than one half the total number of units of Land, an auction SHALL
>   be initiated. For this auction, the announcer is the Cartographor,
>   the auctioneer is the Cartographor, the lots are chosen as such:
>
>   1. if there exist at least 5 Units of non-Aether Land in the
>      possession of Agora with the preservation switch set to False:
>      any 5 such Units of Land, to be chosen by the Cartographor,
>      each Land Unit in a separate lot;
>
>   2. if there exist fewer than 5 Units of non-Aether Land in the
>      possession of Agora: all such Units, each land unit in a
>      separate lot;
>
>   and the minimum bid is 1 coin.
> }
>
> If Rule 2022 is not currently enacted, re-enact it with the following text;
> if it is enacted but does not have the following text, amend it to have the
> following text: {
>
>   During the second Eastman week of each Agoran Month, the
>   Cartographor SHALL perform the following actions in sequence, and
>   report these changes:
>
>   1. Every Land Unit, with a preservation switch of False
>      that is not directly connected to a unit of Aether, or is not
>      connected by its own type to a unit of Aether, shall be
>      transformed to Aether.
>
>   2. Any entities whose locations are on land units so transformed
>      shall have their locations set to (0, 0).
>
>   3. If any land unit so transformed is not property of Agora, it
>      becomes property of Agora.
> }
>
> If Rule 2022 is not titled “Land Transfiguration”, retitle it
> “Land Transfiguration”.
>
> END CLEANUP
>
> Amend rule 2166 by replacing “shiny” with “unit of Agora’s official
> currency”
> in both instances.
>
> Amend rule 1995 by replacing “all other switches” with
> “all other switches on the Land Unit”.
>
> Amend Rule 2004 “Land Auctions” by replacing "the auctioneer is the
> Cartographor” with "the auctioneer is the Agora”.
>
> Amend the rule titled “Facilities” by making the following changes: {
>
>   Replace the last paragraph with "Facilities always have the same owner as
>   their parent land unit. If the owner of a facility is ever not the same
> as
>   that of its parent land unit, it is transferred to the owner of its
> parent
>   land unit.”
>
>   Append the following to the second paragraph: “Facilities on private
> land can
>   be destroyed by the owner by announcement. Facilities on communal land
> can be
>   destroyed by the owning contract by announcement. Facilities on public
> land
>   can be destroyed Without Objection.”
> }
>
> Amend rule 2022 “Land Transfiguration” by replacing the first paragraph
> with
>
>   “Once during the second or third Eastman weeks of each Agoran Month, the
>   Cartographor CAN perform the following actions in sequence, and report
> these
>   changes:”
>
> and by appending
>
>   “The Cartographor SHALL do so in the second Eastman week of each
>   Agoran Month.”
>
> at the end in a new paragraph.
>
> //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>



-- 
>From V.J. Rada

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