There's a fairly established set of decisions that says public communication
has to be intelligible to "a typical Agoran" and not just a single Agoran -
that's the AGAINT precedents, arguably more famous than nkep.
History of AGAINT: Someone privately communicated with the Assessor
ahead of voting to say "when I vote AGAINT, it's a vote FOR." Everyone
not in the know assumed it was a typo and a clear vote AGAINST. Result:
using a private language/code doesn't work, it either fails entirely or
has the assumed typo meaning (depending on context).
On 1/15/2019 1:45 PM, Timon Walshe-Grey wrote:
I see your Rule 2466/1 and raise you CFJ 3649.
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On Tuesday, January 15, 2019 9:41 PM, D. Margaux <dmargaux...@gmail.com> wrote:
On Jan 15, 2019, at 4:18 PM, Timon Walshe-Grey m...@timon.red wrote:
I act on behalf of Tenhigitsune to announce that e will spend rau Energy in Space Battle 0001, where
"rau" is a word in twgese, which is a constructed language invented by me. (Other twgese words
include "quang" and "spaaace".)
Our emails crossed just now—interesting idea!
I have no idea how this resolves.
One reason this might not work is that the rule requires Tenhigitsune to
“communicate” eir choice, and Rule 2466 prohibits you from acting on behalf of
em to send a “message” (or synonymously, to “publish” something). The only
thing you can do is take the underlying game action on eir behalf—but here
there seems to be no action separate from the very act of sending a message