Re: DIS: Re: BUS: Election

2019-05-15 Thread James Cook
> As I understand it, you can have an election for > imposed offices, it just can't be imposed on someone who didn't consent. I think you at least need to use the method in R2154(a) which requires 2 support to initiate the election. 2154(b) requires the office to be interim, and the definition of

DIS: DMARC bounces (attn Murphy)

2019-05-15 Thread ais...@alumni.bham.ac.uk
I just received an email from agora-business (the list) to my callforjudgm...@yahoo.co.uk email address warning me that I was bouncing emails, and asking me to confirm that the email was still valid. (The address still works, and I still use it to receive Agoran mail; it's just that I can no

Re: DIS: Re: BUS: Election

2019-05-15 Thread Edward Murphy
Falsifian wrote: Can you have an election for imposed offices? I thought Comptrollor was imposed, but not 100% sure. Yes, Comptrollor is imposed. I sent a message about it at 04:24 UTC. It is, and I fixed the ADoP database to flag it as such (and fix the spelling as well). As I understand