In the full-text-of-proposals section, proposal 8085's title is incorrect.

Also, you missed the proposal Kenyon submitted here: 
https://www.mail-archive.com/agora-business@agoranomic.org/msg32486.html

Otherwise, it looks good to me!

-twg


‐‐‐‐‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐‐‐‐‐
On August 10, 2018 6:47 AM, Aris Merchant <thoughtsoflifeandligh...@gmail.com> 
wrote:

> This is a draft report. Corrections are appreciated, as always. I have
> marked the proposals that are being distributed a second time <ID>A,
>
> as noted in the key. This identifies the distribution; the proposal is
> still the same and thus has the same ID. The distribution-qualified
> form should be useful for Assessor tallies, and probably not much
> else.
>
> -Aris
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> 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 7.0, 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
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> 8077A* twg 3.0 Patchy McPatchface
> 8078A* twg 2.0 From each according to eir means
> 8079A* twg 2.0 From each according to eir means v2
> 8080A* Aris 2.0 From each according to eir means v3
> 8081A* Aris, G., twg 3.0 Point Installation Act v2
> 8082* twg 1.0 Gamestate correction for July 2018
> 8083* G. 3.0 quorum fixes
> 8084* Trigon 1.0 Needs more Competition
> 8085* Kenyon, twg 2.0 Plain Old Bribery, Mk. II
> 8086* Trigon, [1] 1.0 Revamping movement v3.1
> 8087* Aris 1.0 Even Freer Proposals
>
> The proposal pool is currently empty.
>
> [1] twg, Aris, G., Corona
>
> Legend: <ID>* : Proposal is pending.
>
>         <ID>+ : By publishing this report, I pend the marked proposal.
>
>         <ID>A : Distribution identifier for a second distribution.
>
>
> The full text of the aforementioned proposals is included below.
>
> //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> ID: 8077
> Title: Patchy McPatchface
> Adoption index: 3.0
> Author: twg
> Co-author(s):
>
> Amend rule 478, "Fora", by replacing "may change" with "CAN change".
>
> Amend rule 1789, "Cantus Cygneus", by replacing every occurrence of
> "shall" with "SHALL".
>
> //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> ID: 8078
> Title: From each according to eir means
> Adoption index: 2.0
> Author: twg
> Co-author(s):
>
> [ This is an attempt at a reset/rebalance that strikes a middle ground between
> completely erasing everyone's progress and leaving the current exponentially-
> growing inequality in place. I'm not positive that I struck the right balance
> but even if it's rejected it can be a starting point for discussion. ]
>
> For each facility owned by a player, transfer all coins owned by that facility
> to its owner.
>
> For each zombie owned by a player, transfer all coins owned by that zombie to
> its owner.
>
> Decrease the coin balance of each player to the square root (rounded up to the
> next largest integer) of however many coins e possessed before this sentence
> took effect.
>
> //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> ID: 8079
> Title: From each according to eir means v2
> Adoption index: 2.0
> Author: twg
> Co-author(s):
>
> [An alternative algorithm which may be slightly preferable: Quarter
> the coin balances instead of square-rooting them.]
>
> If the votes on the proposal titled "From each according to eir
> means" authored by twg are such that it has been or will undoubtedly
> be ADOPTED, then this proposal has no effect.
>
> For each facility owned by a player, transfer all coins owned by that
> facility to its owner.
>
> For each zombie owned by a player, transfer all coins owned by that
> zombie to its owner.
>
> Decrease the coin balance of each player to one-quarter (rounded up to
> the next largest integer) of however many coins e possessed before
> this sentence took effect.
>
> //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> ID: 8080
> Title: From each according to eir means v3
> Adoption index: 2.0
> Author: Aris
> Co-author(s): twg
>
> If the votes on any proposal, the title of which contains "From each",
> authored by twg, are such that it has been or will undoubtedly
> be ADOPTED, then this proposal has no effect.
>
> For each facility owned by a player, transfer all coins owned by that
> facility to its owner.
>
> For each zombie owned by a player, transfer all coins owned by that
> zombie to its owner.
>
> Decrease the coin balance of each player to one-tenth (rounded up to
> the next largest integer) of however many coins e possessed before
> this sentence took effect.
>
> //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
> ID: 8081
> Title: Point Installation Act v2
> Adoption index: 3.0
> Author: Aris
> Co-authors: G., twg
>
> Create the following Rule, Points, AI-2.0:
>
> Points are the official currency of Agora. Points can
> only be owned by players and Agora. Points are tracked by the
> Treasuror.
>
> For each player, create a number of points in eir possession equal
> to either (A) the number of coins e had immediately before this proposal
> took effect, or (B) 1000, whichever is less.
>
> [Why am I doing things in this rule that could go in existing rules?
> To maintain the separation of concerns between different levels of play.
> We should be able to do whatever we want to with land without affecting
> points, and this is the simplest way to do that. The Rulekeepor may
> want to add cross references. However, I am still open to alternative
> suggestions.]
>
> Create the following Rule, Earning Points, AI-1.5:
>
> For a player to 'earn' a point is for it to be created in eir
> possession. For a player to 'lose' a point is for it to be
> destroyed (if e has one).
>
> When a decision to adopt a proposal is resolved:
>
> -   If the outcome was ADOPTED, its author earns a number of points
>     equal to (the total strength of all valid ballots cast FOR the
>     decision - the total strength of all valid ballots cast AGAINST)
>     times the adoption index of the decision (final result rounded
>     up).
>
> -   If the outcome was REJECTED, its author loses a number of points
>     equal to (the minimum of (the total strength of all valid ballots cast
>     AGAINST the decision - the total strength of all valid ballots cast FOR)
>     and 0).
>
> -   If the outcome was FAILED QUORUM, every active player who didn't
>     cast a ballot loses 1 point.
>
>     At the start of each month, for each office, if a single player
>     held that office for 16 or more days in the previous month and no
>     unforgivable fines were levied on em for eir conduct in that
>     office during that time, that player earns 10 points.
>
>     When a player registers who has not been a player at any time in
>     the past 30 days, e earns 25 points.
>
>     When a zombie becomes active, e earns 25 points.
>
>     When a judge issues eir first official judgement on a given CFJ, e earns
>     5 points.
>     }
>
>     Create 25 points in the possession of each player who is not eligible for
>     a welcome package.
>
>     [The following translates existing rules to the new system.]
>
>     Remove coins from all lists it occurs in Rule 2483, "Economics",
>     renumbering appropriately where necessary, and remove the text
>     "Coins are the official currency of Agora." from the same rule.
>
>     Amend Rule 2559, "Paydays", by: {
>
>
> -   Removing item 1(A) and relettering appropriately; and
> -   Removing item 2(A) and relettering appropriately;.
>     }
>
>     Amend Rule 2499, "Welcome Packages", by removing item 1 and renumbering
>     appropriately.
>
>     Repeal Rule 2572, "Wishing Fountain".
>
>     [Should work fine without the optionally, by NCNA.]
>
>     Amend Rule 2549, "Auction Initiation", by removing the text ", optionally"
>     and changing the text "If no currency is specified, it defaults to coins."
>     to read "If no currency is specified, it defaults to Agora's official
>     currency. If no minimum bid is specified, it defaults to 1 of the 
> auction's
>     currency."
>
>     Amend each rule, in ascending numerical order, by changing the work "coin"
>     to "point" and the word "coins" to "points".
>
>     //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>     ID: 8082
>     Title: Gamestate correction for July 2018
>     Adoption index: 1.0
>     Author: twg
>     Co-authors:
>
>     Create 54 apples and 54 lumber in the possession of Corona.
>
>     //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>     ID: 8083
>     Title: quorum fixes
>     Adoption index: 3.0
>     Author: G.
>     Co-authors:
>
>     Amend Rule 208 (Resolving Agoran Decisions) by replacing:
>     3. It specifies the outcome, as described elsewhere, and, if there
>     was more than one valid option, provides a tally of the voters'
>     valid ballots.
>     with:
>     3. It specifies the number of voters (or a list of the voters).
>     For these purposes and for determining quorum, a "voter" is
>     someone who submitted a ballot on the decision that was valid
>     when it was submitted and also valid (i.e. not withdrawn or
>     otherwise invalidated) at the end of the voting period.
>
>     4. It specifies the outcome, as described elsewhere, and, if there
>     was more than one valid option, provides a tally of the voters'
>     valid ballots.
>
>     Amend Rule 955 (Determining the Will of Agora) by replacing:
>
>     -   If there is more than one option, and the number of valid
>         ballots is less than the quorum of that decision, the outcome is
>         instead FAILED QUORUM.
>         with:
>
>     -   If there is more than one option, and the number of voters is
>         less than the quorum of that decision, the outcome is instead
>         FAILED QUORUM.
>
>         Amend Rule 879 (Quorum) by replacing:
>         is equal to the number of players who voted on
>         with:
>         is equal to the number of voters on
>
>         Amend Rule 2034 (Vote Protection and Cutoff for Challenges) by adding
>         the following list item after list item 1, and then renumbering the
>         list accordingly:
>
>
>     2.  it had the number of voters indicated,
>
>         //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>         ID: 8084
>         Title: Needs more Competition
>         Adoption index: 1.0
>         Author: Trigon
>         Co-authors:
>
>         Amend Rule 2004 "Land Auctions" by replacing all occurences of "5" 
> with
>         "3" and all occurences of "five" with "three".
>
>         //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>         ID: 8085
>         Title: Revamping movement v3.1
>         Adoption index: 1.0
>         Author: Kenyon
>         Co-authors: twg
>
>         Each person who has
>         (a) cast a vote FOR this proposal that is valid, unconditional and not
>         withdrawn, and
>         (b) cast a vote on each of proposals 8077-8081 that is valid and not
>         withdrawn, and
>         (c) either:
>         (i) has not been a zombie master at any time since July 25,
>         2018, or
>         (ii) has acted on behalf of a zombie to cast a vote on each of
>         proposals 8077-8081 that is valid and not withdrawn
>         hereby earns a Black Ribbon.
>
>         //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>         ID: 8086
>         Title: Revamping movement v3.1
>         Adoption index: 1.0
>         Author: Trigon
>         Co-authors: twg, Aris, G., Corona
>
>         Amend rule 2003 "Actions in Arcadia" by replacing its text with:
>         Energy Points (abbreviated EP) is an untracked natural player
>         switch. Any action which would decrease a player's EP below 0
>         is INEFFECTIVE.
>
>         Players CAN eat a quantity of apples or corn. To eat is to pay a
>         fee of the stated quantity to increase your EP by one for each
>         apple and three for each corn.
>
>         Players CAN feed another player a quantity of apples or corn. To
>         force-feed is to pay a fee of the stated quantity to increase the
>         EP of another player using the values given above.
>
>         At the beginning of the week, each player's Energy Points switch
>         is flipped to 0.
>
>         Any player CAN perform any of the following actions by
>         announcement:
>
>     3.  move from one Land Unit to an adjacent Unit. This action
>         decreases eir EP by:
>
>         a. 1 if the their Land Types are the same or one is gray;
>         b. 2 if their Land Types differ, neither is gray, and the
>         destination is not Aether.
>
>     4.  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. an alternating Land Type. This action decreases eir EP by 3.
>         b. eir choice of either Black or White. This action decreases
>         eir EP by 4.
>
>     5.  set the Land Type of any Land Unit to:
>
>         a. if e owns it, eir choice of either Black or White. This
>         action decreases eir EP by 2.
>         b. if Agora owns it, an alternating Land Type. This action
>         decreases eir EP by 6.
>
>     6.  Stake a Land Claim on a specified Land Unit that is adjacent to
>         the Entity's current location, is of type Aether, and is owned
>         by Agora, if and only if e is active, has not staked a land
>         claim in the current month, and has not won a land auction in
>         the current or previous month. When e stakes a land claim, the
>         unit's land type is set to the land type of eir choice, then is
>         transferred to em, then e moves onto that unit.
>
>         //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>         ID: 8087
>         Title: Even Freer Proposals
>         Adoption index: 1.0
>         Author: Aris
>         Co-authors:
>
>         Change Rule 2445, "How to Pend a Proposal", to read in full:
>
>         Imminence is a switch, tracked by the Promotor, possessed by
>         proposals in the Proposal Pool, whose value is either "pending" or
>         "not pending" (default).
>
>         Any player CAN flip a specified proposal's imminence to "pending"
>         by announcement. A player SHALL NOT submit and/or pend proposals that 
> are
>         collectively unreasonable and excessive (hereafter excess proposals);
>         doing so constitutes the Class-4 Crime of Excess Legislation. The 
> Promotor
>         CAN remove any excess proposal from the pool.
>
>         //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
>


Reply via email to