On Friday, March 8, 2019 2:50 AM, Kerim Aydin <ke...@uw.edu> wrote: > You don't have to worry about the Disclaimer in the ADoP's report - > disclaimers are used all the time to ratify false things, under the guidance > of R2202 you're supposed to use disclaimers when reporting false things > for the purpose of ratification, and this explicitly does not stop > ratification.
Yeah, I agree, and the disclaimer is disclaiming something else anyway. I just thought I should mention it, since it seems like the sort of thing someone might try to use to cast doubt on the judgement. :P > Proposal 8164 will not undo the self-ratification. It will retroactively > determine that the ADoP's Report was wrong in a different way, but the > report will have still have self-ratified as it was written. Yes, exactly. So the SPOOKY distribution failed either way, and there is no paradox (and will not be even when P8164 is adopted normally). -twg