Would also add G as coauthor (thanks for help researching history of the rule) and use the proper handle for ais523 (will double-check with earlier email to make sure I have it right).
On Mon., Feb. 18, 2019, 00:58 James Cook <jc...@cs.berkeley.edu wrote: > On Mon, 18 Feb 2019 at 05:08, Kerim Aydin <ke...@uw.edu> wrote: > > On 2/17/2019 7:30 PM, James Cook wrote: > > > I'm not familiar with the History of R2124. Do you know which proposal > > > added #4, and whether there were any substantial changes to the rule > > > after that? > > > > This was the change that added it: > > > Amended(19) by P7815 'Agencies' (Alexis, aranea), 28 Oct 2016 > > > > the clause that added it was straightforward: > > > > > Amend Rule 2124 (Agoran Satisfaction) by adding: > > > (4) if the action is to be performed With Notice or With T > Notice. > > > after bullet (3). > > > > The changes since then are unrelated. > > Thanks for looking into it! > > Also, I just noticed that Rule 1551 (Ratification) talks about "the > gamestate", so now happy with D. Margaux's original approach. > > What would the AI of the proposal have to be? 3.05? > > Latest draft: > > Title: Correction to Agoran Satisfaction, Version 2 > Co-authors: ais...@alumni.bham.ac.uk, D. Margaux > Adoption Index: 3.05 > Text: > The gamestate is changed as if the below amendment had taken effect > immediately after Proposal 7815, and as if no further changes had been > made to that Rule since. (In particular, the text of Rule 2124 is now > as described in the amendment, since the Rules are changed by this > proposal as part of the gamestate.) > > The amendment is to replace the text of Rule 2124 with: > > A Supporter of an intent to perform an action is an eligible > entity who has publicly posted (and not withdrawn) support (syn. > "consent") for an announcement of that intent. An Objector to an > intent to perform an action is an eligible entity who has publicly > posted (and not withdrawn) an objection to the announcement of > that intent. > > The entities eligible to support or object to an intent to perform > an action are, by default, all players, subject to modification by > the document authorizing the dependent action. However, the > previous sentence notwithstanding, the initiator of the intent is > not eligible to support it. > > Agora is Satisfied with an intent to perform a specific action > unless at least one of the following is true: > > 1. The action is to be performed Without N Objections, and there > are at least N Objectors to that intent. > > 2. The action is to be performed With N support, and there are > fewer than than N Supporters of that intent. > > 3. The action is to be performed with N Agoran Consent, and the > number of Supporters of the intent is less than or equal to N > times the number of Objectors to the intent. > > The above notwithstanding, if an action depends on objections, and > an objection to an intent to perform it has been withdrawn within > the past 24 hours, then Agora is not Satisfied with that intent. > > The above notwithstanding, Agora is not satisfied with an intent > if the Speaker has objected to it in the last 48 hours. > > A person CANNOT support or object to an announcement of intent > before the intent is announced, or after e has withdrawn the same > type of response. >