Contract doesn’t give power. Contract obligates me to pend a proposal which, if
adopted, gives power to some or all of its sub-proposals.
> On Feb 14, 2018, at 8:32 PM, Kerim Aydin <ke...@u.washington.edu> wrote:
> Can a contract give power to anything?
>> On Wed, 14 Feb 2018, Gaelan Steele wrote:
>>> On Feb 14, 2018, at 7:58 PM, Gaelan Steele <g...@canishe.com> wrote:
>>> This contract accepts shinies as long as it has fewer than ((Pend Cost) +
>>> 1) shines. It accepts no other assets.
>>> This contract maintains a piece of state known as the Proposal Puddle,
>>> containing a set of micro-proposals each consisting of a title, adoption
>>> index, author, and body of 50 words or fewer.
>>> A proposal cycle is the period between the publication of two Promotor
>>> reports containing the contents of the Proposal Pool.
>>> Any player may add a micro-proposal to the Proposal Puddle by transferring
>>> one shiny to this contract if it is currently accepting shinies, or by
>>> announcement otherwise. Each player may do this no more than twice per
>>> proposal cycle.
>>> Once per proposal cycle, Gaelan SHALL create and pend a proposal with the
>>> following properties:
>>> Title: Any title containing “Micro-Proposals”
>>> Author: Gaelan
>>> Co-authors: The set of all players who authored one or more micro-proposals
>>> in the Proposal Puddle
>>> Adoption Index: The maximum Adoption Index of any micro-proposal in the
>>> Proposal Puddle
>>> Text: The below text, followed by the contents of the Proposal Puddle.
>>> For each of the micro-proposals below:
>>> 1. Resolve the votes cast on the micro-proposal as if it were an Agoran
>>> Decision for a full proposal, taking into account votes from all players.
>>> 2. If the result of the resolution is FOR, give the micro-proposal power
>>> equal to its Adoption Index.
>>> Once each proposal cycle after pending this proposal, Gaelan may cause this
>>> contract to transfer to em the Pend Cost in shines.