On Sat, 16 Feb 2019 at 17:04, Kerim Aydin <ke...@uw.edu> wrote:
> Ok, hopefully last time!
> I withdraw the proposal Ritual Sacrifice from the pool.
> I submit the following proposal, Ritual Sacrifice, AI-1:
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Create a Rule entitled "The Ritual", Power-0.5, with the following
> text:
>       Any player CAN perform The Ritual by paying a fee of 7 Coins.
>       The Ritual MUST be performed at least once in every Agoran week.
>       If The Ritual was performed at least once in the previous Agoran
>       week, then the Ruleset is Appeased.
>       If the Ruleset is appeased, then any player CAN banish this rule
>       (cause it to repeal itself) with N Agoran Consent, where N is the
>       maximum of 1.0 and 10/(B+1), rounded up to the nearest 0.1, and B
>       is the number of weeks that the Ruleset has been continuously
>       appeased at the moment of banishment.

This sounds fun!

On the one hand, I am inclined to vote against it --- will it
encourage people to be selective about which rules they follow? I
would certainly think twice about acting to make sure this rule is
followed. (Agora is a game ... wherein Persons, acting in accordance
with the Rules....)

On the other, I wouldn't be sad if it passed, and will reluctantly egg
it on with this suggestion: "The Ritual MUST be performed by at least
seven different players in every Agoran week." (and lower the fee).

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