On Sun, May 26, 2019 at 9:25 PM James Cook wrote:
> I would be honoured, but would it be more appropriate to assign this
> case to someone who hasn't already shown a preference for one outcome?
> I invite whoever judges the case to refer to my arguments if they seem
Unless you have a
On May 25, 2019, at 5:24 PM, James Cook wrote:
> Some bugs:
> * R955 specifies invalid options are eliminated before the process
> starts; it's probably good to keep that.
> * The voting strength of each ballot should matter.
> * When determining whether an option has a majority, votes
> Hmm. I admit that I am not sure I follow this. But I think we are in
> agreement about the ultimate outcome?
Yes, I agree that you own no blots. I'm curious to see how H. Judge G.
rules on your original CFJ reintroduced by Aris.
> It's not related to time of week, it's related to case load. Day court
> judges get most of the cases, weekend court judges get occasional cases
> now and then. (This is all Arbitor's discretion, thus isn't precisely
> defined, and is a system set up by the Arbitor rather than an inherent
I don’t find a computer simulation of something as subjective as satisfaction
to be very convincing, even given the relative soundness of the paper itself.
I’d be against score voting _specifically because_ it appears to encourage -
and indeed work best with - strategic rather than honest
I vote as follows:
On May 27, 2019, at 4:43 PM, Aris Merchant
> IDAuthor(s) AITitle
> 8178 Trigon 3.0 n’t
AGAINST. Or ain’tn’t, if you prefer. I don’t generally mind
A reminder that my CFJ "the Lost and Found department owns no more
than 87 Coins." is still unassigned 
On Mon, 2019-05-27 at 04:25 +, James Cook wrote:
> I'm happy to try being on a court. How does weekend vs. day court
> work? I have the most time on weekends, but if a case comes in on the
> weekend I might end up dealing with it during the week depending on
> circumstances. So really I don't
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