On Wed, 2018-02-14 at 15:24 -0800, Kerim Aydin wrote:
> Yes, expensive proposals are a paradigm shift to what you're used to.
> We played like that (even more expensive, actually) from 2001-2005 or
> so. It worked fine. I would like to try it again and not have it
> sabotaged out of the gate. So I won't argue that it breaks things
> or doesn't. It's a gameplay choice that I hope people will try out
> for a bit before instant-repeal.
Perhaps we should have some way to make a profit if the proposal passes
(especially with a high VI). Typo fixes tend to be uncontroversial, so
if you get refunded with extras once the typo fix passes, you'd have an
incentive to make it in the first place even with fees for the