What happens if we publically reveal the loophole? No points? Or thats how
you’re supposed to do it? (And it becomes a race)

On Sun, 3 Feb 2019 at 19:30, Cuddle Beam <cuddleb...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Is it first-come-first-getstheirpointsandallthemerit? Its a race?
>
> Or do we all send it to you in private manner or something (in which case,
> Im up for trading/sharing loopholes with people so that me and the trader
> have the most loopholes, shhhh *puts finger on lips* Kerim would never know
> we traded, its flawless)
>
> On Sun, 3 Feb 2019 at 19:20, Kerim Aydin <ke...@uw.edu> wrote:
>
>>
>>
>> Please Read the Ruleset - a mini-competition pledge by the Herald
>>
>> I pledge to attempt to award an appropriate unique patent title to
>> whomever points out the most interesting or fun Rules loophole or
>> unexpected Rules interaction during Read the Ruleset week. Further, I'll
>> give a purse (from my personal holdings) of 25 coins to said person,
>> if at all possible.
>>
>> Details:
>>
>> - If it's a scam, you don't necessarily have to try to attempt to pull
>> off the scam to enter.  But feel free to!  If you do try it as a scam,
>> the results must clean up after themselves and "be nice" or will be
>> disqualified.
>>
>> - Loopholes that require rules violations to work are disqualified.
>>
>> - If the consensus is that the loophole is a bug, you must propose a
>> fix.
>>
>> - Bonus points for the longer the loophole has sat in the rules
>> unnoticed, whether it's obvious once pointed out, and other aspects
>> of cleverness of the whole thing (i.e. relying on really iffy twisting
>> of definitions or rules readings is a minus).
>>
>> - Final decision is the Herald's, but I'll try to find consensus (and
>> of course the Patent Title award needs 2 Agoran Consent).
>>
>>

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