I think the immediate cause of the current slowness is twg's
departure. The lack of proposal resolutions, in particular, has had a
large impact on gameplay. However, that's hardly a sufficient
condition for inactivity. I'm also busy IRL, which is why I haven't
been generating much activity of my own. I think the players have
become somewhat disengaged, for varying reasons, including those you
mentioned, which is why no one has picked up the slack.

Making sure all of the reports get completed would be a start to
engaging the Agoran public. Proposal resolutions are especially
important; Promotor, Assessor, and Arbitor are the essential offices,
and having any of them vacant halts gameplay. If we could get at least
a basic level of activity going again, we would be in a better
position to receive new members who might bring in more ideas.
Historically, we get a bunch of registrations sometime around April
and May, but if the game is totally dead people may not join.


On Mon, Apr 8, 2019 at 12:03 PM James Cook <jc...@cs.berkeley.edu> wrote:
> I've just been busy, personally. When I have time I've been meaning to
> figure out what the rules say about the zombie auction I bid in that
> never was announced completed, so technically I'm not lacking for
> something to do.
> On Mon, 8 Apr 2019 at 19:00, Kerim Aydin <ke...@uw.edu> wrote:
> >
> >
> > ok, are we on pause because:
> >
> > (a) the person with every single gameplay office (twg) has gotten busy or
> > whatever, no updates = no play; or
> >
> > (b) we're all bored of the current gameplay options and should think of new
> > ones; or
> >
> > (c) more general Agora fatigue; or
> >
> > (d) with Notice.
> >

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