Great! But (2,2) is mine.
On Mon, Jun 18, 2018 at 1:47 AM, Reuben Staley
> I was wrong about not pushing the new version. I did indeed push the
> changes, but I didn't update the link in the report. This is the real link:
I'm assuming this is the location to complain about a-o being messed up.
I've been out of town and haven't read through this thread really well.
I cannot log into the a-o private archives. Every time I try to, it just
takes me to the login screen again. It works with a-b and a-d though.
I was wrong about not pushing the new version. I did indeed push the
changes, but I didn't update the link in the report. This is the real link:
On 6/15/2018 9:55 AM, Corona wrote:
This new segment will be my place to make minor
I destroy 3 incense to expunge 3 blots from myself. My formal apology
Holding an office is potentially the largest responsibility any Agoran
citizen can willingly take upon themselves. Abusing such a responsibility
is not only an insult to the Spirit of the Game, but to fellow Agoran
'A player CAN, by announcement, destroy N incense in eir possession to
expunge N of eir blots.'
Since the blots didn't exist, I failed - I CAN destroy incense using this
rule only if I have blots to expunge, and it's clear that I intended to use
the expunging rule to destroy the incense, not the
Which means, YIKES - a person who wins an election, but was the interim
officeholder before the election, STAYS INTERIM, because e didn't
"become its holder by winning an election". Even if e nominated emself/
Unless I'm missing something, this is incorrect. Rule
Just as a note I won't personally point any fingers for missing reports this
week due to the email difficulties (as usual anyone else can do so if they
think it appropriate).
I did the same. I asked for people to respond if it was received, and
there were no responses. In fact, I normally receive a copy of my own
messages, and I didn't with this one.
On 6/17/2018 3:09 AM, Timon Walshe-Grey wrote:
Not sure if this helps, but I sent a test email to Official on
Well, my email address is a gmail one, but I'm using Thunderbird to view
the emails. If it's a problem with Gmail, then it's a problem with
Google's servers, not the client.
On 6/16/2018 7:22 PM, Aris Merchant wrote:
Okay, anyone using gmail didn't receive it. However, this can't just be
Not sure if this helps, but I sent a test email to Official on Friday to try
and narrow down the problem. It hasn't even showed up in the list at
mail-archive.com, let alone been delivered to anybody.
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On June 16, 2018 11:22 PM, Aris Merchant
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